• Russia Hotel Upgrading & Development Forum

    Date: 17 - 18 May 2017
    Location: Sheraton Moscow Sheremeyevo Airport Hotel, Moscow, Russia
    The Russian hotel industry is full of optimism, with an increase in domestic trips, high occupancy rates and increasing investments from industry giants such as Hilton, the Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group and IHG.
  • The 2nd East Africa Retail Expansion Summit 2017

    Date: 5 - 6 Apr 2017
    Location: Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya
    This summit will be held in Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel, in Nairobi, Kenya, and will gather over 150 senior level executives from government officials, retail owners, investors, architects and planners , local and public authorities and service solution providers in a focused 2-day program, all sharing a common interest in developing the retail industry in Kenya and East Africa.
  • China OIC Forum

    Date: 22 Mar 2017
    Location: Grand Hyatt Beijing, Beijing, China
    Following the success of our inaugural forum in Beijing last year, the IFN Forums and the Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) will hold the second installment of the landmark China OIC Forum in Beijing on the 22nd March 2017.
  • Green Building & Parks World 2017

    Date: 17-18 Jan 2017
    Location: Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel & Residences, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
    The 3rd Green Buildings & Parks World 2017 is an annual gathering of developers, professionals and government bodies with green initiatives to converge and share, learn and collaborate to improve the green buildings and parks of their countries.
  • Renewable Energy for Indonesia 2016

    Date: 6 - 7 Dec 2016
    Location: Pullman Thamrin Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia
    By the year 2025, the population of Indonesia is expected to reach 285 million, an increase of 35 million compared to 2015. It is clear that this will have an impact on the national energy demands. Since the middle of the last decade, Indonesia switched from being a petroleum exporting nation to becoming a petroleum importer. This transition had awoken the nation to realize that alternative sources of energy should be developed. The new and renewable energy (NRE) in Indonesia has an overall potential to generate 200,000MW with only 6.8% been realized.