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HOF Awards 2017 - 6th April, Marriott Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic

CIJ HOF AWARDS 2017
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HOF Awards 2017
6th April, Prague Marriott Hotel
Prague, Czech Republic

Hall of Fame

 

The 2017 HOF Awards for Central & South Eastern Europe will be holding its Black Tie, 2nd edition on 6th April at the Marriott Hotel Prague in the heart of Prague. With over 300 real estate professionals expected to attend from 17 countries and the cream of the local property market invited, the HOF Awards will continue to represent the Best of the Best Hall of Fame entries.

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16 Years of Your History


The first local country awards gala started back in 2001 and each has become the longest running commercial real estate awards event in the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia. In addition to these events, CIJ Europe has launched the CIJ Awards in 2016 and is also planning further events in 4 other key countries  in 2017 that will add to the HOF Awards in 2018. Meet the leading project and service providers from around CEE and SEE at this years 2017 HOF Awards.
http://hofawards.eu/
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