Igor Nikonov, Honorary President of KAN Development, speaks about the state and prospects of the residential and commercial real estate market in Kyiv, about the opportunities which the reconstruction of industrial areas opens to developers and why the construction of industrial parks within the city may be of interest to investors.
The founder of the development company Taryan Group, Artur Mkhitarian, is only 35 years old. He has an American education, travels around the office at the gyroboard and creates unusual projects for the Ukrainian market: on the roofs of his houses parks, swimming pools, panoramic restaurants and even two-story glass bridges. Taryan objects win international prizes, and most of the apartments are sold before the completion of the construction of buildings.
Vitalii Boiko, founder of NAI Ukraine and Urban Experts, gave a favorable forecast to the Ukrainian commercial real estate market and assured that today there are all conditions for the entry of international developers into the market of Ukraine.
Craig Smith is the founder and publisher of Europaproperty.com. With more than ten years’ experience in publishing on the commercial real estate industry he has established himself as one of the leading figures on the market.
Aleksandr Popov, one of the founders and director of the Arkhymatyka project bureau, speaks about the importance of proper organization of the surrounding space, explains that the crisis and innovation keep pace with creativity, and that an attempt to copy someone’s ideas in the world of designing usually ends with failure.
Daniil Vladov, the CEO of DCH Infrastructure & Real Estate, about the huge potential of the Ukrainian commercial real estate market.
Maxim Bakhmatov, managing partner of the innovative technology park UNIT.City, on the importance of creating in your own country, always keep up the pulse of what is happening in business and the world economy, and that it is necessary to lead correctly, trust intuition and learn from the classics.
Andriy Vavrysh, CEO of Riverside Development, speaks about the situation in urban development area in Kyiv, which development projects Ukrainian cities need today and why they need to be created on the basis of dialogue between city dwellers, authorities and developers.
Yelyzaveta Yurusheva, general manager of the Fairmont Grand Hotel Kyiv, about the important components of the hotel business, that there is no triviality in the high-quality service, as well as the construction of a hotel’s strategic development and the ability to communicate with guests.
Mykola Siutkin, CEO and founder of S&P Investment Risk Management Agency, about why such a potential country as Ukraine does not have a flow of foreign investment and what needs to be done to change the situation.