MIPIM 2023 : sono attesi 6.000 delegati , tra  investitori  internazionali  e  istituzioni finanziarie

More than 23,000 people are anticipated to attend Cannes for MIPIM 2023, with delegates from more than 90 nations and 2,400 exhibiting businesses. As MIPIM remains the key global event to source capital for real estate’s core and emerging asset classes, investors are in the DNA of the show, comprising a quarter of attendees.
76 of the world’s top 100 investment managers, advising on €4 trillion of assets, have already confirmed their participation,. On top of investment managers, major institutional investors will also attend:
This year the RE-Invest Summit, that has been an integral part of MIPIM for over a decade, will focus on how the built environment is currently navigating its way to deliver positive urban change in a post pandemic and global warming world. The RE-Invest Summit is 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.  Alongside the major European cities and regions, investors will be joined by delegations from Japan, Canada, USA, Brazil, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Egypt among others, making MIPIM a truly global event in 2023. Among the European cities so far signed up for exhibiting at MIPIM 2023 are: Prague, Brno, Ostrava, Copenhagen, Tallinn, Helsinki, Oslo, Stockholm, Paris, Aix-Marseille, Bordeaux, Dijon, Grenoble, Dijon, Grenoble, Montpellier, Nantes, Toulouse, Lyon, Lille, Nice, Calais, Cannes, , Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Munich, Stuttgart, Milan, Riga, Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz, Poznan, Lisbon, Porto, Madrid, Barcelona, London, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Belfast and Cardiff.
This year, MIPIM is launching a new Road to Zero area with the aim to accelerate the transformation of the built environment towards a more sustainable model. The new 400 sqm zone will combine exhibition, networking and conference space with a focus on practical methods to decarbonise the real estate industry. A new international Summit will be also launched in response to the growth in alternative ways of living within the residential asset class. The MIPIM Co-Liv Summit, taking place on Monday 13th March, will be a yearly event to bring together the sector’s leading players. MIPIM takes place on 14-17 March in Cannes, France. The 2023 edition expects to attract 23,000 delegates from over 90 countries, which is 15% more compared to last year.