Over 100 businesses from across Cardiff and the capital region came together for Cardiff’s MIPIM 2020 partnership launch. Held in the iconic Cardiff Castle, delegates from the private and public sector were given the information on the opportunities available to attend the annual property conference as part of the region’s delegation. The launch covered plans…
CARDIFF AT MIPIM
CANNES, 10-13 MARCH, 2020
Cardiff will be returning to MIPIM in 2020
to showcase Cardiff and the Capital Region.
MIPIM brings together the most influential players from all international property sectors and also offers unrivalled access to the world’s investment and development community.
This year will mark the event’s 31st anniversary and after a successful attendance in 2019, Cardiff and the Cardiff Capital Region will be returning as joint partners to promote the city-region collectively on the world stage.
MIPIM 2019 REVIEW
2019 was Cardiff’s first return to MIPIM since 2015 and what a year it was!
Bringing together the most influential players from all international property sectors, MIPIM offers unrivalled access to the world’s investment and development community.
2019 marked the event’s 30th anniversary and as a result, it was bigger than ever. MIPIM provided Cardiff and its partner’s with a platform like no other to showcase our city’s strength an ambition of the UK’s fastest growing city.
delegates from 28 companies supported Cardiff at MIPIM
events took place across the 3 days of MIPIM
pieces of news coverage, sent out to thousands of recipients
increase of impressions over the MIPIM period and a total of 102.9K impressions over the month of March 2019
increase in followers since 1 Feb
“MIPIM is a great venue to showcase the manifest opportunities in Cardiff and Wales. It is a place for value adding conversations and connections with key players in the region and for gaining idea’s and inspiration from other locations.
It supports discussions on fundamental national and global issues and how the construction sector can play its part in resolving them. Such discussions are often aligned with the aims and ambitions of the Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) Act 2015 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This focus can only be of benefit to the people and communities of Wales.”
Paul Maliphant Development Director Wales, Mott MacDonald Ltd
“It was fantastic to see Cardiff back at MIPIM in 2019, demonstrating the wealth of opportunities on offer within this great city. Wates Residential has a strong partnership with Cardiff Council through our Cardiff Living partnership to deliver over 1,500 much-needed affordable new homes for local people across all tenures. Having joined Cardiff at MIPIM last year, it really felt like the city was open for business.”
Paul Nicholls Managing Director for Wates Residential
“Being part of the Cardiff team at MIPIM was a privilege and a hugely beneficial experience for Rio. We want to help shape our City in the future, to forge relationships with the people who will invest in doing this and take part in the strategic discussions and decisions which will enable it all to happen.
At MIPIM we were able to meet some of these people and kick-start the dialogue which will hopefully lead to successful future outcomes.”
Andrew Baker Partner, Rio Architects
“MIPIM provides a special opportunity to show our support for our capital region and showcase Cardiff as an iconic capital city on an international stage. The event is a key facilitator for collaboration and a unique arena in which to network with industry colleagues from Wales, the rest of the UK and Europe.”
Jon James Partner, ISG
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