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Is Coliving dead? An upfront discussion about the evolution and diversification of an industry...
During this event, Todd Gill (CEO / Founder at Cohost Group Limited in China) and Andrew Purdon (Senior Director and Head of Coliving Transaction at CBRE UK), will discuss how Coliving is rapidly taking on new shapes and forms, which are proving to be solid performers for investors, developers and operators. Is the original ideology behind the concept becoming absolute?

Todd Gill has founded Cohost in China in 2017. A fast growing design-led co-living apartment brand, established to redesign rental living. Their community embraces connection and sociability, good design and a healthy lifestyle. Cohost is backed by a successful private equity firm with approximately $8 billion under management. Todd's view on the sector is refreshing, sharing his learnings of defining the industry for China.

Andrew Purdon has been with CBRE for 10 years and is one of UK's foremost Coliving experts. He has a clear view on the behavioral megatrends which underpin the Coliving movement and the social benefits which the sector can provide.

This event is brought to you by Co-Liv (www.co-liv.org), the global coliving organization; hosted by Jorn Wisselink (Founder of SenZe Hospitality), Australia Co-Liv ambassador; and made possible by SALTOSYSTEMS.com, core Co-Liv tech partner and coliving smart locks provider with a management platform called SALTO KS.

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Nov 19, 2020 08:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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