MIPIM - The world's leading property market
14-17 March 2023
Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France

MIPIM, where connections happen

MIPIM helps you to grow your business and reputation all around the world through its digital platform, by creating opportunities to connect with international and local partners before, during and after the event.


Unmissable events to boost your network

Welcome Reception

Join with fellow delegates to celebrate the start of MIPIM 2023, and start to reconnect by attending the Welcome Reception on Tuesday 14 March on la Croisette!



RE-Invest provides an exclusive opportunity for sovereign wealth, pension and insurance funds, family offices and other capital owners to debate investment strategies for real estate in developed and emerging markets, in a closed-door environment.

This year there will be a particular focus on how the built environment is currently navigating its way through a series of action points to deliver positive urban change in a post pandemic and global warming world. RE-Invest will debate these challenges and discuss innovative solutions for the real estate industry and the investment community.

MIPIM Co-Liv Summit

A major new international event on the rising trend of coliving will take place for the first time at MIPIM 2023! 

Coliving is a rising trend, at the intersection between people and places, powered by major investment opportunities.

Launched in partnership with Co-Liv, the leading global association of coliving professionals, the MIPIM Co-Liv Summit will be held on Monday 13th March.

Join this new Summit full of insights, networking and celebration!

Political Leaders' Summit

The Political Leaders’ Summit is the annual rendez-vous in the real estate calendar for political leaders.

A confidential discussion by invitation only, the Summit will debate the latest best practices on how to deliver positive urban change. Topics to be discussed will include attracting investment; affordable housing; repositioning assets; reimagining city centres; decarbonisation and ESG; infrastructure development; and geo-politics, inflation, interest rates and supply side shortages.