MiKeli at the 11th Annual Luxury Real Estate International Symposium

Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate Members from Around the Globe Assemble in Barcelona, Spain for the 11th Annual Luxury Real Estate International Symposium.
The Luxury Real Estate International Symposium is a truly global meeting of the minds, bringing together the best real estate agents from around the world to discuss global high end real estate trends and explore luxury marketing techniques with peers and experts in the field. Convening in the beautiful city of Barcelona, the International Symposium is a vital component to Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate’s annual collection of events, focusing on the impact of the current world economy and political factors on the luxury real estate business.

The International Symposium kicked off with a tour of Barcelona, including the Gothic Quarter and Gaudi’s three most important UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Casa Batllo, Casa Mila (La Pedrera), and his most famous, the Sagrada Familia. Then after a welcome reception with all attendees, the conference program commenced.

The event’s panels and discussions covered numerous topics pertinent to selling and marketing luxury homes in a variety of markets around the globe, as well as other themes such as entrepreneurship, philanthropy, and more. Colin Kingsmill of Laurier Partners LLP led a fascinating exploration of marketing to high net worth individuals which set the tone for much of the subsequent conversations.

Sessions throughout the event focused on topics such as the connection between politics, the world economy, and real estate investment, design and renovation trends in luxury real estate, and the complexities of various high-end real estate markets.

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