The urban real estate festival is at MIPIM

From 12-15 March, MIPIM 2024 will take place at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France. It is one of the most significant events for the property sector, which will once again bring together the most influential players from the international real estate industry in a large urban festival that will influence and accelerate the transformation of the sector. As a catalyst for concrete solutions, MIPIM will combine face-to-face discussions, leadership and development opportunities in 20,000 square metres of exhibition space to drive change, connecting and inspiring the international real estate community to create more sustainable, liveable and prosperous places for all. Among networking opportunities, conferences, workshops and awards celebrating the most useful and visionary projects, the 2024 edition will also host an international summit on housing on 11th March called Housing Matters! It will focus on sustainable housing solutions in collaboration with Co-Liv, one of the leading global associations of co-living professionals, bringing together investors, developers, public authorities, associations and urban planning experts in the same place, and at the same time, to explore solutions that can meet the growing demand for housing, and tackle rising prices and housing inequality, as well as to share visions for a sustainable housing future. “Every week, more than 1.5 million people move to a city somewhere in the world,” explains Nicolas Kozubek, MIPIM director. “However, most cities are not keeping pace with the increasing demand for housing, and this is driving up prices and housing inequality. Now is the time to explore how to reshape this situation. We will explore solutions such as built-to-rent, co-living, multi-family housing and corporate housing, as well as share visions of what sustainable construction should and could be.” MIPIM promises to surpass the enormously successful 2023 edition, which attracted over 22,500 delegates from 90 countries, including 6,500 investors. The event will be attended by delegations and political leaders from across Europe, as well as representatives from Japan, Canada, the USA, Mexico, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Former Finnish Prime Minister, Sanna Marin (2019-2023), recently appointed strategic advisor to the Tony Blair Institute, will open the proceedings at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes.

Alessandra Tesan

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