Ceetrus Poland at the SCF 2018 CEE Exhibition & Conference

05 October 2018

Numerous business meetings, a speech by Laurence Paquet, CEO of Ceetrus Poland, and a modern, attractive stand - these were the most important features of our exhibition at the Shopping Center Forum 2018 Exhibition & Conference, which took place on September 26 and 27 in Warsaw.

This year’s Shopping Center Forum started with the Welcome Mixer meeting on September 25 at the Rioni restaurant at Plac Zbawiciela in Warsaw. The patron of this meeting was Ceetrus Poland. It was a great opportunity to get to know our visitors and conduct business talks in a less formal atmosphere.

During the two days of the fair, the Ceetrus stand was visited by hundreds of participants of the event. Laurence Paquet, CEO of Ceetrus Poland, presented our new brand and the company’s vision. Representatives of our commercialization department participated in dozens of fruitful business talks.

Have a look at our video from the trade fair:

Laurence Paquet, CEO of Ceetrus Poland, presented the origin of the new brand and our plans for it during the conference part of the fair.

- Ceetrus is rapidly developing and creating sustainable, intelligent and vibrant places for local inhabitants. We listen to the expectations of communities and want to build cities of the future together with them. The trend is shifting now towards mixed-use projects which combine trade, housing, office space and urban facilities - emphasized Laurence Paquet. 

These projects are already being created in Europe, and some well-known examples are Cloche d’Or in Luxembourg and the smart-city Coresi investment in Romania. Laurence Paquet stressed that Ceetrus is planning to implement such projects in Poland and wants to invite companies sharing the company’s values, especially in the field of sustainable development.

The SCF 2018 Exhibition & Conference is the largest meeting of representatives of the shopping center industry and a space for business negotiations. This year’s edition was attended by a record number of participants. Over 1.7 thousand people took part, including about 500 management representatives of shopping centers and tenants, as well as 80 partners and exhibitors.