BECG exhibiting at UKREiiF 2023

Written by

Emma Hughes


BECG are thrilled to confirm that we will be exhibiting under the BECG Group at the UK’s Real Estate Investment & Infrastructure Forum (UKREiiF), which is set to take place between 16-18 May, in Leeds. 

We’ll be joining other exhibitors in the UKREiiF exhibition hall, where we will be showcasing our business to a plethora of investors, developers, local authorities and end-users. 

Our understanding and experience of the built environment delivers commercial value by maximising opportunities, managing reputations, and reducing risk and we’re looking forward to connecting with other professionals within the sector. 

Speaking of BECG’s involvement, Krystian Groom, Director and Head of Business Development, said:

“As a 150-strong sector specialist consultancy that operates from offices across the UK, we very much look forward to hosting people at our stand to discuss and share insight in all political and communications matters affecting our built environment. Our recent recognition from industry body PRCA as Public Affairs Consultancy of the Year is testament to our unrivalled understanding across the sector and our passion for delivering high-quality client service.”  

Keith Griffiths, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of UKREiiF, said:

“We look forward to welcoming BECG to UKREiiF’s second annual event! Their prime spot in the exhibition hall will give them the opportunity to meet and connect with delegates and build their already substantial client list.” 

Led by the UK’s leading property events company Built Environment Networking and supported by some of the biggest UK property and infrastructure companies, it will be the second annual UKREiiF event to take place. The forum will attract inward investment, generate economic growth, and drive a more sustainable and inclusive culture within the property and construction industries. 


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