The 12th Annual Thurston EconomicDevelopment Council (EDC) Real Estate Forum will showcase Thurston County commercial, retail and industrial properties while providing a forum for networking and education — all in an innovative digital platform that allows for one-on-one networking, a virtual tradeshow and a unique and engaging virtual environment.
Industry experts will address the current status of development in Thurston County and the South Sound region.
We’re pleased to welcome this year’s keynote speaker, Keynote Speaker Matthew Gardner, Chief Economist for Windermere Real Estate.
The Real Estate Forum will include data and trends related to commercial real estate and development in the South Sound, providing attendees the latest projections for commercial, industrial, retail and multi-family properties. Experts will address what makes Thurston County such a unique market and why it is one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States.
Networking will be robust with the virtual space filled with industry and community leaders including investors, decision-makers, property owners, government representatives, engineers, contractors, site selectors and business owners. You’ll simply have to experience this digital platform for yourself to believe it.
WHO: Thurston EDC
WHAT: 12th Annual Real Estate Forum
WHEN: October 21, 2020, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
WHERE: Virtual Conference Platform – Networking, Interactive Tradeshow and More
TICKETS: Tickets are $25 per person. Registration and tickets available here https://fs26.formsite.com/Thurston_EDC/azoagy234o/index.html
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Holly House at HHouse@thurstonedc.com
Thank you to our presenting sponsor, TwinStar Credit Union, for making this event possible. We’d also like to thank OlyFed, Phillips Burgess, South Puget Sound Community College, South Sound Business Magazine, Heritage Bank and the Port of Olympia.
Photo of Matthew Gardner, courtesy of Windermere Real Estate. You can find Matthew Gardner’s bio here: https://www.windermere.com/economics