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AOCAP Sets Sights On Singapore In 2015

Category: Real estate, Posted:03 Jan 2015 | 06:00 am

Next year's AOCAP event will join the HICAP alliance r and is scheduled for March 18th and 19th at the Pan Pacific Singapore.
Tagged as the region's leading conference on alternative ownership the event focus is on vacation ownership/timeshare, fractional ownership, condo hotels, and hotel branded residences.
C9's Bill Barnett will again take the stage, this year leading a regional focus.
After an extremely successful event in Hong Kong two years ago, AOCAP looks to be coming into its own as a focused conference event for Asia Pacific.
For more on AOCAP 2015 <link>http://hicapconference.com/aocap/*CLICK</link>

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