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CRECCHK announced as co-organiser of China Property Awards 2015

by Peace Chiu on Mar 25, 2015 in Architecture
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Chairman of CRECCHK Ivan Ko (pictured) announces the chapter’s partnership with the China Property Awards (Photo courtesy of China Property Awards)

Chairman of CRECCHK Ivan Ko (pictured) announces the chapter’s partnership with the China Property Awards (Photo courtesy of China Property Awards)

The China Real Estate Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong Chapter joins Ensign Media to co-organise the China Property Awards

The China Real Estate Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong Chapter (CRECCHK) has announced its partnership with Ensign Media to co-organise the China Property Awards.

Back for its second edition, the awards shine a spotlight on the high calibre work within China’s real estate industry, encompassing construction, architecture and interior design.

"Through supporting the China Property Awards last year, our chapter has confirmed that the awards were well organised and a fair, credible and adequately competitive property competition that is long overdue in this region," said Ivan Ko, chairman of CRECCHK and the 2015 China Property Awards judges panel. He added, "With a very well balanced combination of international judges, our chapter will throw our weight behind it in the years to come to make it the Oscars of the real estate industry in the future."

This year, the awards ceremony and gala dinner will be held on 17 November at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

CRECCHK is part of the China Real Estate Chamber of Commerce, which has over 5,000 members in mainland China with 28 local chapters. The main association is based in Beijing. The Hong Kong Chapter was the first local chapter set up a year after the main association was set up 14 years ago.

CRECCHK now has about 250 members in 11 countries including Germany, Netherlands, Cyprus, Australia, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Korea and Myanmar.

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