Real Estate Conferences and Events

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  • The main theme for the real estate conferences programme is
    Engaging the Future

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    The priority of real estate industry players is now to manage risk as new revenue streams open up, helped by new drivers including:

    • Evolving new technology and human behaviour, which is transforming the nature of real estate as an investment, and as a product or service we use as consumers.
    • People centricity as a key factor for growing a successful business.
    • High energy prices, climate change and government regulation are already pushing sustainability up the real estate agenda
    • The need for investors and owners to improve asset performance and manage the broader range of risks emerging.

    As MIPIM 2019 celebrates its 30th edition, the real estate conferences programme gives a unique opportunity to envision the next 30 years under the lens of ‘durability’: an enabler for economic growth, sustainable performance and community cohesion. The real estate industry has a whole new cycle to work with over the next 30 years, fostering a lasting, positive impact in each and every built environment.

      The MIPIM real estate conferences programme will answer the following key questions:

      • How to choose the best strategies that benefit over the longer term?
      • How to choose the best strategies to ensure people’s quality of life?
      • How to commit responsible practices and employ existing resources optimally?

      For this special edition, MIPIM more than ever focuses on global and societal topics impacting the real estate industry. The real estate conferences programme offers food for thought, strategic insights and solution-oriented tools, with leaders from around the world, and influential doers and makers from across the real estate industry.

      Join us at MIPIM 2019 to ‘engage’ the future!

    MIPIM 2019 real estate conferences
  • Ban Ki-moon to give opening keynote speech at MIPIM 2019

    Ban Ki-moon, the eighth Secretary-General of the United Nations, will give the opening keynote speech at MIPIM on Tuesday 12 March at 14.00 in the Grand Auditorium. He will share his vision of the global challenges, from climate change and economic upheaval to increasing pressures involving energy and water.

    Ban Ki-moon served two consecutive terms as UN Secretary-General from 2007 to 2016. Born in the Republic of Korea, he is a former Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

    One of the Secretary-General’s first major initiatives was the 2007 Climate Change Summit, followed by extensive diplomatic efforts that have helped put the issue at the forefront of the global agenda.

    His visits to hard-hit areas around the world, persistent advocacy on the issue and even a march through the streets of New York for climate action, helped to push the world to act. The Paris Agreement on Climate Change, adopted in December, 2015, was signed by a record number of leaders on April 22nd – Mother Earth Day – and became effective on 4 November.

    Join him on Tuesday 12 March in the Grand Auditorium at 14.00.

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    Ban Ki-moon opening keynote MIPIM 2019
  • Exhibitor events

    Exhibitors events MIPIM 2019

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    happening during MIPIM.

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    The London Stand at MIPIM 2019

    London's creative energy is driven by its history, culture and diversity. The London Stand at MIPIM 2019 will celebrate the city's unique qualities, showcasing the people and organisations who create the multicultural communities and workspaces shaping London into an international and vibrant hub of creative global expertise.

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    London Stand MIPIM 2019

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