In the scope of its international activity, APEMIP had the honor to receive, at the beginning of the month of October, a delegation of the European Chapter of FIABCI (Fédération Internacionale des Administrateurs de Biens Conseils et Agents Immobiliers). (...)   |   24 Nov 2010

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To debate several subjects related to the management of the European Chapter of this Federacy, we had with us Jean Pierre Weyermann, President of the FIABCI Europe, Antonio Campagnoli, General Secretary and President of the FIABCI Italy, Mike Vassiliou, President of the Conference Committee, and Karen Pikielny, President of FIABCI Commission of Elections. Vitor Patacas, Vice-president of APEMIP and Vice-President of FIABCI Europe, was the host of this meeting.

One of the high points of the meeting was the preparation of the candidacy of Portugal while hosting Chapter of the FIABCI December Business Meetings of 2011.

Once a year, in December, the representatives of the Committees, Board, General Assembly and of the Chapters of FIABCI, congregate themselves for 3 days of intense meetings, with an only intention to argue the row of real estate in all its sources.
The FIABCI is a business-oriented Club, and gives great relevance to this event, because it allows a global contact, only comparable to the World-wide Congress that, also every year, carries through.

An event as the business-oriented Meetings of December, carried through in Portugal, can bring to our Country the biggest professionals of the world, stimulating the national real estate sector, in its widened conception, including tourism, restaurants and the transports.
All the events of the FIABCI have a strong impact in the Country where takes place, since it attracts hundreds of professionals of the real estate sector, deriving of all the parts of the world.

To be accepted as a host of an event of this importance, is extremely relevant and honorable, since it demonstrates the recognition, importance and organizing capacity of the Chapter host, to the highest spheres of the sector in an international level.

The Portuguese candidacy is strongly supported by the European Chapter of the FIABCI that believes that Portugal congregates the logistic, organizing and social relations conditions to be able to be successful in this international challenge.  It will be a step ahead in the conquest of the internationalization of the sector and in the appeal of foreign investment for Portugal.