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The latest market data across key sectors in HCMC and Hanoi – Neil MacGregor, Savills
The “Hot” Sector: industrial & logistics in Vietnam post Covid – John Campbell, Savills
Making Sense of the post Covid Workplace: where we were headed, what really changed, and what the future might look like – Andrew Currie, Out-2 Design
AmCham Members: VND 650,000
Non-members: VND 800,000
AmCham Members: VND 300,000
Non-members: VND 450,000
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Niel MacGregor – FRICS BLE (Hons), MBA
Neil was made a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2012 in recognition of his services to the property profession overall and Vietnam in particular.
Neil MacGregor was trained and qualified as a real estate specialist in London, England, gaining experience particularly in property valuation and investment. He worked in the international investment team at DTZ Debenham Tie Leung, responsible for major property investment acquisitions and sales throughout the UK and Europe. Neil has completed some of the largest investment transactions in Vietnam, including the sale of Pacific Place in Hanoi in 2010 and Saigon Tower in 2011. Prior to his focus on investment advisory services, his main experience in Vietnam was in corporate commercial services acting for numerous large clients such as Manulife, Unilever, Adidas-Salomon, Bao Minh CMG and Prudential for lease negotiations, rent reviews and general commercial property advice. He has also acted for diplomatic entities including The British Consulate. Neil successfully negotiated the largest leasing transaction in Vietnam with Phu My Hung’s 10,000 sq m build to suit office building for Unilever’s SE Asian headquarters in Saigon South.
Savills Industrial Services, HCMC
John Campbell joined Savills in 2017 to head the new Industrial Services Department and to further cement Savills leadership position in Viet Nam. With his dynamic local team, John delivers a blend of strategic insights and high-touch service. His expertise in Integrated Facility Management combined with his experience of the local Industrial sector has already seen the new Department successfully complete many ready-builds, factory acquisition deals and lease transactions.
With John client concerns are eased and needs met with unmatched Landlord Advisory, Tenant Representation, Strategic Leasing, Investment Brokerage and Sales & Leaseback. He also has a deep knowledge of, and an abiding passion for Industry 4.0.
Considering market entry for the first time, or looking to diversify or expand operations, look first to Savills Industrial Services Department and experience John’s easy Irish charm and exceptional sector knowledge and professionalism to make it happen.
Co-Founder & Chairman
OUT-2 Design & Workplace-Asia
Andrew Currie is an accomplished architect, workplace strategist, change manager and business leader.
In 2003, Andrew co-founded OUT-2 Design & Workplace-Asia, a strategic design consultancy with a unique service offering that embodied the unique mix of knowledge and skills that Andrew had acquired during an impressive career working for a small number of leading design and strategic planning firms in South East Asia.
Today, the OUT-2 Design Group is one of the leading specialist design and workplace-solutions consultancies in the region. Their projects have received international acclaim from both the design and property industries, and their pioneering work in the areas of briefing, strategic planning, design, and sustainability has led to global commissions for a several key clients.
In addition to his project work for leading companies, Andrew is committed to supporting initiatives for education and increased corporate, social & environmental responsibility (CSER) in the countries in which he works.
Industrial Real Estate General Manager
DEEP C Red
Hans Kerstens obtained a master degree in Finance and Risk Management at EHSAL in Brussels.
He started his professional career with the Belgian logistics group KatoenNatie where he quickly became responsible for setting up new flows logistics flows for chemicals, specialty chemicals as well as metals.
Before moving to Vietnam, Hans has been working nearly ten years in logistics and stevedoring in various countries across the globe such as Singapore, USA, Spain and Belgium.
With a background in sales and marketing leadership at DEEP C Industrial Zones, Hans expands his career over industrial real estate development. He is currently the Industrial real estate General Manager at DEEP C Red.