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Credit Crunch briefing, London, United Kingdom

Monday 07 Jul 2008
 

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Editorial

Exclusive presentation by Davis Langdon 

Most architects will, by now, be dreading reading the newspapers and trade press with their endless doom and gloom reports from the residential sector. At WAN, we believe in a more positive approach. In any declining market there are still opportunities, it may mean working further afield or even in another sector. At times like this, business intelligence becomes even more crucial.

WAN approached Davis Langdon to prepare a briefing on the effects of the Crunch and opportunities for architecture in the current economic climate. The resultant analysis was presented to 70 leading architects by Simon Rawlinson, partner at Davis Langdon LLP at the RIBA in London. The talk was extremely well received and must rate as the most comprehensive market analysis available for architecture today.

This briefing is now brought to you exclusively by WAN as a podcast with the accompanying visual presentation including a revealing series of charts, diagrams and forecasts analyzing impact of the Credit Crunch by sector and geographic region. Learn how to make the most out of the Crunch...

Michael Hammond
Editor

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