Handful of tickets remain for property lunch
Just a few tickets remain for a property event featuring a leading businessman.
The co-founder of one of Manchester’s best-known property firms is speaking at a BusinessDesk.com lunch.
Simon Ismail founded Salboy International with millionaire Salford businessman Fred Done with the aim of marketing the firm to an international audience.
Simon has 20 years of property and finance experience and is active in all areas of the business.
He has a track record of successfully managing a number of property finance companies, growing one of the most reputable development funders in the UK.
Simon himself has lent over £300m in his seven years at the company.
Later founding Salboy with the backing of Fred Done, Simon has become one of the most dynamic leaders and developers in the North West of England in just four years.
Salboy International complements an overall business strategy that has also seen Salboy launch its own construction arm, Domis.
Salboy specialises in private equity investment and property development.
Salboy not only conceptualises but funds develops and delivers property developments to the highest standard.
Salboy began venturing into the realm of property development in 2017, forming Salboy International Limited.
During this time, DOMIS Construction was also established to oversee the development process with authenticity, precision and delivery, while Salboy International concentrates on selling and marketing its own developments to the global audience.
Four major residential UK schemes are currently under construction by DOMIS and are in Manchester.
The developments are Local Crescent, Local Blackfriars, Burlington Square and The Press.
Alongside these schemes, Salboy has also invested in a number of projects located throughout the UK.
The firm recently opened a new office in Shanghai following a sharp increase in Far Eastern investment sales.
Salboy International has offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Warrington UK.
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