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Networking and Government Lobbying: Real Estate Fairs Return

Given the current situation, "holding a professional event like Rebuild is more necessary than ever to activate business relationships," said Gema Traveria, Director of Rebuild.

With dozens of towns and thousands of Spaniards in the semi-lockdown phase, and with a heated debate about the need to impose more severe restrictions to stop Covid from spreading in Madrid, the real estate sector has held its first major event of 2020.

The setting was Barcelona’s International Convention Centre and the event the third edition of Rebuild, the first fair in the sector to be held in person in Spain since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Coronavirus has forced other big real estate events like SIMA to cancel their 2020 editions.

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