The health and safety of InterFace Healthcare Real Estate Carolinas attendees and speakers is paramount, and given the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, France Media will not be able to hold an in-person Healthcare Real Estate Carolinas conference on October 1st in Charlotte. Instead, InterFace Healthcare Real Estate Carolinas will be conducted as a virtual event on Friday, October 2nd.
This dynamic new format will include expanded content, networking and a virtual exhibit hall where attendees can make appointments with and meet exhibitors. The event will still be held in one half-day format so that attendees do not have to dedicate a full day on-screen. Sessions will also be recorded and available to go back and watch or re-watch later, and attendees will have the opportunity to meet with conference sponsors and exhibitors through the virtual exhibit booths.
Further details on the virtual event, including exact schedule and agenda and networking opportunities, click on relevant tabs above in navigation bar. Registration for this new virtual event will be $135, a discount to the regular $199 rate. Couple that with no travel time or expense and attendance and participation should be even higher than normal.
Registrants for the in-person InterFace Carolinas conference will have their registrations automatically carried over to the new virtual event. Registered attendees will be contacted with further details in the near future, as well as exhibitors and sponsors.
The North Carolina and South Carolina healthcare real estate industries are still coming together at InterFace Healthcare Real Estate Carolinas, now on October 2nd. We are excited to have you join us!
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InterFace Conference Group is a division of France Media Inc., which publishes 10 commercial real estate publications — including Southeast Real Estate Business magazine — and several websites and newsletters focused on the commercial real estate industry.