B+L Webinare 2022

Insights by B+L

free webinars that give you a look at current studies and research by B+L

 

B+L webinars 2021/2022

  • 11.03.2022March
    Ukraine Crisis: Impact on Germany and Eastern Europe

    In this webinar we will present our current view on the impact of the war in Ukraine on the German construction market and the consequences for Eastern European countries. A large wave of refugees is to be expected, the dimension of which may possibly approach the magnitude of 2015. In the webinar, we will also look at developments in Russia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Romania and, of course, Ukraine in relation to the supply industry and construction demand.

    Start: 11.03.2022 4:00 p.m.

  • 04.02.2022February
    The coalition agreement and the 400,000 flats per year
    • Do we really need so many flats every year?
    • Is the capacity there or can it be created?
    • What framework conditions does the new federal government want to create to accelerate housing construction?

    Start: 04.02.2022 2:00 p.m.

  • 14.01.2022January
    Inflation 2022 and the consequences for the construction supply industry
    • What effects are we already seeing for construction and the real estate industry?
    • What can be expected in 2022?
    • Is inflation perhaps temporary after all, as the ECB and most economists tell us?
    • From what percentage of inflation does it become serious for the economy?
    • What are the benefits of inflation for the economy and construction in the medium term?

    We will address these and other questions in the 20-minute webinar and discuss them with you.

    Start: 14.01.2022 2:00 p.m.

  • 29.10.2021October
    How strong is the regional shift in potential due to urban migration?

    Since the middle of 2020, we have been experiencing a very strong increase in single-family house construction activity in the rural regions around the metropolises. Strictly speaking, however, this single-family house development can be observed in almost all regions of Germany. Since the material input per single-family house is almost twice as high in many product areas as in a multi-family house, we can expect considerable regional shifts in material sales. Construction is going back to the countryside. We discuss how strong this development could be in this webinar.

    Start: 29.10.2021 2:00 p.m.

  • 08.10.2021October
    Budget planning 2022 - Decline in turnover due to price normalisation?

    In 2021, there was extreme growth in turnover due to price increases. In many areas, volume developments can be observed in the normal range of 2-4% growth, but turnover grows by 30-40% due to price increases. Currently, price normalisations can already be observed again in many areas. This means that in 2022 we will have to assume lower prices and expect sales to decline. In this webinar we will discuss possible impacts and price forecasts.

    Start: 08.10.2021 2:00 p.m.

  • 24.09.2021September
    What impact will the Green Deal have on the construction supply industry?

    Even though the effects are already widely discussed in the building supply industry, surveys show that private end consumers pay only limited attention to the topic. However, if personal cost savings or personal health are affected, end consumers react sensitively to the use of subsidies. The Institute of German Business has now asked companies from the real estate sector what importance they attach to the energy efficiency of buildings. Despite the high relevance of the topic in the public discussion, the importance from the real estate companies' point of view is currently extremely low, especially in the areas of office properties and retail properties. We will address this topic and examine which aspects could really be significant for the building supply industry.

    Beginn: 24.09.2021 2:00 p.m.

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