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Property Developers Gear Up for Singapore Phuket Select

Category: Real estate, Posted:25 Sep 2009 | 07:26 am

Graham Doven together with key group of respected developers including Paul Moorhouse of Layan Gardens, Dan Simmonds who heads Laguna Phuket's property division, Lars Ydmark from Dewa and Chris Gordon of The Village, Coconut Island have joined together to launch a Singapore Phuket Select 'Getting Back on Track' event. Scheduled for November 14th and 15th at ones of the Lion City's best addresses the Grand Hyatt, the show will feature 20 companies promoting not only real estate, but yachts, property rentals, spas, and hotels.
This is an important initiative to help the island keep in the public eye and generate interest for not only property but tourism in general in one of our most important markets. There is still available for companies who wish to participate and they can email [email protected]

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