Highlights of IGBC 2014

The 6th edition of the International Green Building Conference (IGBC) 2014 was a resounding success that attracted a record attendance of more than 1300 attendees across 40 countries and regions. IGBC 2014 showcased 25 sessions on diverse and dynamic topics like green building policies, opportunities, technologies, exemplary designs, innovative materials and green communities.Read on to find out more about the highlights of IGBC 2014 and don’t miss the opportunity to join us for IGBC 2015!

DON’T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT. HERE’S WHAT OUR ATTENDEES THOUGHT OF IGBC 2014!

  • "We were surprised about the quality of presenters and the level of attendance. It left us feeling that Singapore was moving way ahead of Australia in this field."

    Duncan Stone
    Managing Director
    Out Performers
    Austria
  • "Great exposure to industry players."

    Ong Kah Ping
    Country Manager
    Dunham-Bush International Pte Ltd
    Singapore
  • "Very well organised conference and diverse topics presented."

    Pg Jefri Pg Tajuddin
    Architect
    Ministry of Defence
    Brunei
  • "Professionally executed!"

    Kev Chen
    Development Manager
    Lend Lease
    Singapore
  • "Great itinerary and valuable tour selection."

    Savitra Perdana Satibi
    Researcher
    Green Building Council
    Indonesia
  • "This is becoming the Greenbuild/Ecobuild of Asia - bringing representatives from Asia together."

    Romily Madew
    Chief Executive
    Green Building Council
    Australia
  • "The whole arrangement was in general, of a very high standard and I could tell many participants thoroughly enjoyed the conference and appreciated the opportunity to
    exchange with delegates on the latest developments of the green building community."

    Lewis Lam
    Assistant General Manager (Property Management)
    Kai Shing Management Services Limited
  • "Well organised and good attendance."

    Samriah Goyal
    Founder and CEO
    Solar Horizon
  • “Well done! The event provided insights and inspiration for the future.”

    Evelyn Khoo
    Director
    Policy & Planning, National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS), PMO