Commercial Real Estate Development Association – Student Competition

| June 24, 2021
Submitted by Alison McGeorge
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Important Notice

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Developing leaders and business students, register your teams now for NAIOP Greater Toronto’s 10th Annual Development Challenge.

Event Information:

  • Fantastic opportunity to work with and learn from industry peers
  • Earn industry-wide recognition and showcase your creativity and knowledge in a fun and competitive atmosphere
  • Network with young professionals from a wide range of CRE disciplines
  • Compete for your chance to present live before a panel of high-profile and visionary industry experts in the final round of judging on Awards Night

Prizes:

  • Top 3 finalists will present live in front of an industry executives panel
  • Personal lunch
  • Tour of Liberty Village with Chris Tambakis, CEO of Adgar Canada
  • Cash prizes for the top 3 teams ($5,000, $3,000 and $1,000)

Important Dates:

  • Registration Open – June 1
  • Deadline to Register – July 5
  • Kick-off/Brief Issue – July 13
  • One-Pager Due – August 2
  • Round One Submission – August 30
  • Final Submission – September 23
  • Awards/Challenge Night – October 6

Pricing:

  • Individual member – $25
  • Individual non-member – $50
  • Student team (4-6 participants) – $50

To register for this competition, visit The Greater Toronto Commercial Real Estate Development Association website.

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