Sustainability and networking at the highest level: #TheREAL100 in the Danube Tower

28 February 2024: In the latest edition of the afterwork event #TheREAL100, which took place in the Danube Tower, leading minds from the real estate industry gathered to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the sustainable energy transition.

Now in its seventh successful year, the event has established itself as a platform for B2B networking, with 100 property experts gaining valuable insights and networking opportunities within 100 minutes.

The event was opened by an inspiring keynote speech from Martin Wagner, Managing Director of Verbund Energy4Business. Wagner emphasised the need for increased expansion of renewable energy as well as the importance of network expansion and storage options to ensure a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy supply. He presented a vision of Austria as a business location based on renewable energies, which offers both ecological and economic advantages.


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Hermann Krammer, the General Manager of the Danube Tower, played a central role as host: the participants had the unique opportunity to test Europe's highest slide, which emphasised the innovative and future-oriented focus of the event.

Friedrich Csörgits, the founder of the event series, and Christian Zsovinecz, Managing Director of LEADERSNET, emphasised how #TheREAL100 not only informs and inspires the property industry, but also effectively networks it. The list of participants included numerous well-known representatives from various segments of the property industry, who took the opportunity to exchange views on current trends and developments.

In conclusion, the event once again confirmed its status as a guarantee of success for B2B networking in the property industry. The combination of high-calibre speakers, an exclusive location and a focus on forward-looking topics such as the sustainable energy transition makes #TheREAL100 an unmissable event for industry insiders.

For more details on the event and the discussions that took place, you can read the full report on Leadersnet.