There are only a few weeks to go until the Luxury Business Sphere Summit, which takes place on the 8th October at One Whitehall Place.
The invitation-only annual event (open to all PrimeResi Members) is the brainchild of Karen Howes of Taylor Howes interior design, and is being delivered this year in association with The Times LUXX.
A series of panel discussions, talks and presentations from across the luxury business spectrum all focus on the event’s overarching theme, “Talking About a Revolution – The New Languages of Luxury & Design“. Expect insights into everything from next-generation ethical consumerism and the world’s new wealth archetypes, to tips on motivating a workforce during turbulent times, and disruptive business growth strategies.
And there’s plenty for property types specifically to get their teeth into. We’re thoroughly looking forward to a panel discussion on the future of global luxury real estate in the wake of humanitarian and political instability, chaired by The Times’s Anne Ashworth (boss of Bricks & Money and the Money section). Ashworth will be steering thoughts from Jonathan Goldstein (CEO of Cain International), Charlie Walsh (Lodha Group’s Director of Sales), Knight Frank’s “Mr Super-Prime” Daniel Daggers, and Rokstone founder Becky Fatemi.
A panel on sustainability in design and the luxury forecast for sustainability should also prove fascinating. This one will involve Vivienne Westwood’s Head of Couture, Brigitte Stepputtis in discussion with Positive Luxury and Swarovski’s Global Vice President Corporate Sustainability & Social Responsibility, Dax Lovegrove.
Summit partners include The Times Luxx, London Projects, and PrimeResi:
Luxury Business Sphere Summit 2019: Event Details