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European cities set to return to MIPIM en masse

Over 90% of Europe’s major cities from 2019 have also signed up. MIPIM is expecting the same number of exhibitors as 2019 event.

MIPIM, the world’s largest international real estate event, is set to welcome significant delegations from Europe’s major cities and regions.

With three months to go, MIPIM 2022 is now expecting to have the same number of exhibitors as the 2019 edition, including a plethora of new international cities and countries looking to showcase their investment opportunities.

In total, more than 90% of European cities & regions who exhibited at MIPIM 2019 have already committed to take stands at the event. These include:

Austria: Vienna

Belgium: Brussels, Antwerp, Wallonia region

Czech Republic: Prague, Bohemia Region

Cyprus: Invest Cyprus

Denmark: Copenhagen, Aarhus, Alborg, Ballerup

Estonia: Tallinn

Finland: Helsinki, Oulu

France: Paris, Marseille, Lille, Dijon, Nantes, Grenoble, Montpellier, Nice, Strasbourg, Toulouse

Germany: Berlin, Hanover, Leipzig, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Mannheim, Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, Cologne

Greece: Enterprise Greece

Hungary: Budapest

Iceland: Invest Iceland

Italy: Torino, Genoa, Emilia Romagna Region, Bologna, Lombardi Region, Piemonte Region

Latvia: Riga

Luxembourg: Luxembourg Chambre de commerce

Netherlands: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Haarlemmermeer

Poland: Warsaw, Katowice, Krakow, Lodz, Poznan, Pomerania, Silesia

Portugal: Lisbon, Porto

Russian Federation: Moscow

Slovenia: Slovenia public agency

Spain: Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Castilla la Mancha

Sweden: Stockholm

Switzerland: Geneva

UK: London, Liverpool, Newcastle, Cardiff, West of England, Dudley, Lancashire and Central South.

The news follows November’s announcement that all the major international brokers have signed up for MIPIM 2022.

The UK is also set to have a strong presence at the 2022 event in March, which will be headlined by the UK Pavilion on La Croisette, where the Department for International Trade (DIT), with the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) and Homes England, will promote the UK Government’s Levelling Up agenda and showcase the country’s international offer for investing in local areas to drive growth, create jobs, and deliver new homes and places.

Ronan Vaspart, director of MIPIM, said:

“As we recover and look forward from the past two years, this promises to be one of the most important real estate events in recent memory, so it’s fantastic to have over 90% of Europe’s major cities signed up for MIPIM 2022. They will joined by all the major international brokers and many political and industry leaders.”

“Our clients have told us they want to see a full return to in-person networking events, so we’re full steam ahead in our planning for March, and we look forward to welcoming everyone to a safe and secure event as we did in Cannes in September.”

MIPIM 2022 takes place on 15-18 March in Cannes, France.

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