Peter Kempf International is Gold Sponsor for Fractional Summit USA

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Fractional Life is delighted to announce that leading fractional ownership consultancy Peter Kempf International is confirmed as a Gold Sponsor for the inaugural Fractional Summit USA, InterContinental Miami, Aug 31st to Sep 1st 2010.

Peter Kempf International, a Member of the Luxury Society and the exclusive global representative for the fractional industry for The Board of Regents, the world’s preminent network of luxury brokers, has offices in London, Florence, San Francisco and New York, and provides a full range of services to developers of luxury Private Residence Clubs.

Peter Kempf, President & CEO of Peter Kempf International is considered one of the leading authorities on fractional luxury international real estate. According to Kempf, “I was a speaker at the first European Fractional Summit in 2008, and I’m confident that the first Fractional Summit USA will prove to be an equally engaging and informative conference, allowing fractional real estate professionals to network and exchange knowledge. Fractional real estate has a bright future and I’m very pleased to support the conference.”

“Fractional real estate now operates in a completely new market paradigm and many ‘old rules’ no longer apply. We’re honored to have the backing of Peter Kempf International for our US fractional conference launch – an event which I know our delegates, speakers, panellists and sponsors will be truly proud of,” says Piers Brown, Fractional Life’s founder.

Devised to attract the most incisive and leading minds in both fractional and traditional Real Estate, Fractional Summit’s conference theme, ‘New World, Global Landscape’ will stimulate delegate knowhow, whilst sharing fresh insights on new market dynamics.

Fractional Summit USA promises to bring an innovative approach to fractional Real Estate conferencing with a host of fractional industry-renowned speakers and expert panellists together with cutting edge speakers from an array of sectors indirectly associated with the fractional industry.

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