The 12th Annual Booth-Kellogg Real Estate Challenge
Thursday, May 23, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM (CDT)
Chicago, United States
Limited Seats Available!
Thursday, May 23, 2013
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Waldorf Astoria Chicago
- Sam Zell. Chairman, Equity Group Investments
- John Schreiber. President of Centaur Capital Partners, Inc. and a Partner and Co-Founder of Blackstone Real Estate Advisors
- David Helfand. Co-President, Equity Group Investments and Founder and CEO of Helix Funds
For twelve consecutive years, teams of Kellogg and University of Chicago-Booth MBA students have competed against each other in a real estate challenge. The competition is designed to bring the next generation of real estate leaders together with judges representing leading real estate firms. These projects promote the students’ learning by giving them hands-on experience in understanding business strategies in response to specific real estate development and investment opportunities.
The 2013 Challenge offers the opportunity for students to act as an emerging market fund manager with the mandate to invest $250 million in real property in Brazil. Each team will put together an investment plan, and the team with the most compelling and comprehensive plan will be chosen the Challenge winner.
Registration and Networking
12:00 pm – 12:25 pm
Lunch is served
12:30 pm SHARP
The Waldorf Astoria offers a discounted rate of $20 for event parking. You will need to reference Kellogg or Northwestern to be given the rate. (This is a better rate than the nearest self parking which is available at 900 N. Michigan (Bloomingdale’s).
KELLOGG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
ZELL CENTER FOR RISK RESEARCH
When & Where
Kellogg School of Management Real Estate Program
The Real Estate Program at Northwestern, which is housed at the Kellogg School and has its own advisory committee of prominent individuals in the field, engages the Kellogg School faculty and students in research projects that involve real estate markets, public and private finance, project management and the development process. The Center also assists students in finding summer and full-time employment.