Charlotte, NC – August 15, 2017 – Associa Carolinas is partnering with Samsung to host the 2Q17 Metrostudy Executive Client Briefing for Charlotte, NC.
The event will be held at Queen’s University of Charlotte conference center on Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017 at 9AM EDT.
The briefing will focus on the latest results of the Metrostudy’s survey, specifically the new home market, finding current market trends, local economy information and forecasted growth expectations. Participants will also have the opportunity to network with industry leaders and local residential construction decision making affiliates.
“This event allows local companies and their employees to come together and learn about current industry information as well as meet and network with influential people across North and South Carolina,” explained Edward Corless, Associa Carolinas president. “Associa understands how important it is to provide educational resources to our clients and vendors and deliver the necessary tools to better our communities and working relationships.”
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