5 reasons to attend RESI22

Next week the Residential Development Summit will be gracing screens across the country.

Discover the top five reasons you should be part of the action…

1. This is NZ's only conference tailored for residential development professionals

There is a whole internet of content out there.

But NONE of it is curated specifically for the Kiwi residential development sector, particularly at the large-scale end of the delivery spectrum.

RESI22 is the one event that gets it. We understand the challenges and we are here to find solutions.

2. Education at your fingertips

While we’ve all had our fair share of online events over the past couple of years, they do have the benefit of cutting barriers to attending. 

No budget to fly to Auckland for the day? No problem.

Want to wear your trackpants while upskilling? We’ve got you sorted.

3. We've dropped the catering (and the fee)

The other benefit of an online event is that our overheads are reduced, so we can pass the no venue / no catering savings on to attendees.

With members tickets just $299 + GST and non-members tickets only $513 + GST, a BYO lunch has never looked so attractive!

4. Get international perspectives to local issues

We’ve going global, people!

Without sounding like a 90’s Macca’s ad, we’ve got speakers dialling in from as far afield as the UK and USA to share their insights on build to rent, residential development and how little old NZ can maximise our development potential.

5. More bang for your buck (with zero travel)

20 speakers
10 sessions
495 minutes of epic insights, ideas, case studies and discussions. 

Trust us, this is the most efficient and cost effective education you’ll find.

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