A new normal, the next normal - forget normal, and adapt to change? Andy’s return to the UDI stage is not in his normal format as Andy returns to the stage with a virtual version of his annual UDI address. After providing ongoing COVID-related updates to the industry throughout the spring and summer, Andy is back with a normal for now format with his engaging humour and thoughtful data-driven perspectives on what our world may look like post-pandemic. As we all try to grasp that the only thing that will be normal is change, join us for some reflection on the history of changing people, places and the real estate market, and our outlook for the region as it moves toward a new landscape that may never have existed.
Andrew Ramlo - Vice President, Consulting Services, rennie
As VP of rennie's new Consulting Services division, Andrew leads the organization's intel team, providing analytical and strategic support to rennie's developer services, consumer services, and advisory teams and their clients. Andrew has spent more than two decades providing strategic management advice to leading real estate developers, investors, retailers and consumers, as well as many of Canada's municipalities, crown corporations and public agencies as they face rapid change.
In his role as Executive Director of the non-profit Urban Futures Institute, he also conducts research on topics ranging from labour force change and human resource management to community and regional planning. Andrew is an Adjunct Professor at UBCs School of Community and Regional Planning and is the current President of the Planning Institute of British Columbia.
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