UPDATE: Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the organisers of MIPIM, RX France, have announced that no Russian delegates or exhibitors will be present at MIPIM 2022. In a statement, they said that, “RX stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, particularly with our employees around the world who have family and friends in Ukraine”.
Some 42 companies are affected, either Russian-owned companies or Russian subsidiaries of international corporations. The most notable body to be affected are the Moscow City Government and VTB bank.
MIPIM 2022 – some figures
Mipim is the annual worldwide tradefair for property professionals. It brings together thousands of high profile, international leaders to assess profitable ventures, network with potential partners and promote their projects.
Investors, developers as well as national and local political leaders meet with cities and local authorities to discover urban development investment opportunities and project development presentations. Through open discussions around market expertise and innovative ideas for urban development, participants get inside news about the latest trends and property issues.
- Join over 17,000 participants from 100 countries to conduct business in one place at one time
- Over 22,000m² of floor space
- Engage with more than 4,000 investors, end-users and hotel group representatives
- Enjoy a comprehensive service package including the exhibition zone, online community, conferences and promotion opportunities
According to MIPIM sources, some 90% of the cities that had representation at previous editions have signed up to attend in 2022. Keynote speakers include former French president François Hollande and
The next edition, and its international award for development projects, is programmed for 15-18 March 2022 (covid permitting). More details on their website. For news and opinion, check Cannes or Bust on Twitter.
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