Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Land institute to feature virtual tour of Clark Freeport

CLARK Freeport is set to be featured in a live virtual tour session at this year's Urban Land Institute (ULI) Asia Pacific Summit.

The virtual tour on May 24, 2021, will give ULI members a glimpse of Clark Freeport's various investment and tourism facilities. It will also include a presentation about the master plans for Clark International Airport, New Clark City and the Clark Freeport Zone.

During the activity, there will also be a 25-minute question-and-answer (Q&A) session.

The online Q&A will feature panelists, including Clark Development Corporation President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Manuel Gaerlan, Luzon International Premier Airport Development Corp. President and CEO Bi Yong Chungunco, and Bases Conversion and Development Authority representative Karen Tham.

CDC said in a statement that this opportunity will highlight Clark's beauty and potential on an international scale.

CDC also said the participation of the state-owned firm in the summit will be beneficial in positioning Clark as a premier business, aviation and tourism hub in the country. This will also serve as an encouragement to ULI members to consider Clark as their next location for their future ventures and advocacies.

The general session and virtual roundtables for the ULI Summit will officially begin on May 25, 2021, and will end on May 27.

This year's conference will take a hybrid approach, with an in-person event in Tokyo, Japan and a virtual version accessible through a dedicated online platform.

Established in 1936, ULI is an international membership-based nonprofit research and education organization.

It currently has a total of 45,000 members and 2,500 of which are from Asia Pacific Region.

The organization’s members come from a variety of backgrounds, including land use and real estate development, private enterprise, and public service.

ULI has a significant presence in the Philippines and it aspires to shape the future of the built environment to have a transformative impact on communities around the world.


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