After a successful launch in Mumbai, the International Real Estate Community Management Summit (IRECMS) will be coming to Bengaluru as a platform to drive conversations and dialogues among real estate thought-leaders on the concept of ‘professional community management.’
IRECMS Mumbai 2019 Highlights
The trend of building gated communities that offer a better, more luxurious and more wholesome living experience is on the rise in India, particularly in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. As we rapidly move towards community living, the ‘housing societies’ that typically exist will not be adequate to run and manage the interests of residents effectively due to lack of bandwidth, commitment and experience. It is inevitable that a team of dedicated professionals will be needed to manage the same on behalf of occupants, in residential and/or commercial spaces. IRECMS will serve as a platform to discuss and predict these future needs of real estate that will help elevate the entire industry to the next level of operations.
The future is a very exciting place for a country of paradoxes like India. It is estimated that by 2047, 700 million people in India will be living in cities. A McKinsey Global Institute report says the country will need 25 new townships or urban areas two-and-a-half times that of America to contain that population. Hence India needs new cities and re-developments of small towns to meet the future needs. One potential answer is to build smart, compact communities that are self-contained in all living needs. While India needs astonishing infrastructural development to support this vision, it also needs new skill and capacity building to be able to develop and maintain these novel spaces. IRECMS is designed to act as a platform to engage different stakeholders in the conversation on how to develop these future needs of the country.
IRECMS is being supported by the US-based Community Associations Institute (CAI), a 45-year old institute with more than 35,000 members. CAI has 63 chapters worldwide, including Canada, the Middle East and South Africa, and relationships with housing leaders in a number of other countries, including Australia and the United Kingdom. Both the CEO and the President of CAI will be attending and speaking at the IRECMS event. IRECMS also has the endorsement of Consejo General de Colegios de Administradores de Fincas de Espana (CGCAFE) which is the apex body that governs the community management profession in Spain. IRECMS will act as a forum for Indian thought-leaders to meet and network with the international gurus of this industry with a view to encourage, develop and provide world-class education for housing society, community association and property managers.
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We are very excited to be a part of this historic moment in the Indian Community Management segment.
Director, Blue Stream Environmental
This is the first year to start with but many more to come. Good luck IRECMS!
CEO, Administrapolis- Spain
Community Management is not the future, it’s the present. It is what you do because you want to be the leader in your area.
Head of Contracts & Procurement, L&T Realty
It’s better to be first than to catch up!
Director, Runwal Group
IRECMS is one of it’s kind and I’m very excited to be a part of it.
CEO, CAI- USA
The 1st edition of IRECMS has been a great turnout in taking the first step in building a true community association management professions here in India.
CEO & MD, Mayfair Housing
Gated community management is a silent revolution in the Indian Real Estate Industry.
Community Management Expert, Speaker, Author & Happiness Evangelist
It makes me happy to meet so many people who share the same interest as me.
President, CAI- USA
We all have something to learn from each other. It was indeed a great event
COO, Lodha Group
It is the need of the hour in this country to pull in a lot of community managers & community developers. I wish IRECMS great success!
Chairman, St Angelo’s VNCT Ventures
The community management systems are growing & developing and such summits are eyeopeners.