Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R. Feb 24, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – Prop Home is pleased to announce the upcoming visit of its directors to Hong Kong on 5th March 2023.
The purpose of the visit is to meet with local stakeholders, including business partners and investors, to discuss Prop Homes plans for expansion in the Asia Pacific region. During their visit, the directors will be attending a series of meetings and events, including:
- Meetings with key business partners to discuss current and future projects
- Presentations to investors about the company’s growth plans
- Discussions with local government officials on regulatory matters and investment incentives
- Meeting with industry professionals to discuss new UK legislation for Overseas Entities
“We are excited to be visiting Hong Kong once again after an enforced absence, it’s a vibrant and dynamic city that is strategically important for our business,” said Paul Harrison, CEO. “Our meetings with local stakeholders will provide us with valuable insights into the local market, which will help us to make informed decisions as we pursue our expansion plans in the region.”
Prop Home is one of the very few agents in the UK to be regulated to register Overseas Entities interests when they own UK property. Which is now regulatory.
Prop Home encourages members of the media and public to reach out to the company’s media contact for interview requests with the directors regarding the new legislation for Overseas Entities owning UK property.
For more information about Prop Homes plans to expand the client base in the Asia Pacific region, please contact Paul Harrison or David Wright at email@example.com.
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