Saturday, October 17, 2009

CREBA conducts Grand Caprice Convention

The Chamber of Real Estate and Builders’ Associations, Inc. (CREBA) conducted its national convention last October 8-10, 2009, at the Grand Caprice Convention Hall in Cagayan de Oro City. With the theme “PINOY Economic Stimuli in a Global Recession – Mass Housing and World-Class Tourism,” the event drew attendance from some 500 delegates. Members of some 40 CREBA chapters around the Philippines as well as national associations in real estate, housing development, and tourism, and professionals and practitioners in allied businesses also registered for the event and so were the Overseas Filipino Workers.

As for the keynote speaker, Her Excellency President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo highlighted accomplishments and opportunities in mass housing projects and world-class tourism facilities and amenities that are helping the national economy weather the current global recession. Industry reports indicate unhampered production and marketing of low-cost housing and increased global interest in the tourism assets of the Philippines.

The convention also feature speakers from both public and private sectors on innovations and reforms aimed at stimulating greater investor interest in housing and tourism real estate development. Topics on best practices and success stories were shared during the three-day confab.

The Fair is jointly sponsored by the CREBA-Cagayan de Oro Chapter and the Oro Chamber of Commerce and Industry. CREBA is regarded as the umbrella organization in the Philippines for professionals and businessmen engaged in real estate development for housing, new towns and urban communities, tourism, business process outsourcing, and other industries.

Hosting this year’s national convention is the Creba-Cagayan de Oro chapter which promises a balanced program of learning and tourism delights for all the delegates. 

For inquiries, contact the Creba National Secretariat at their headquarters, A. Roces Avenue in Quezon City, with telephone numbers +632-373-2270 up to 75.


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