ULI European Trends Conference

On 6 June 2007 the Urban Land Institute (ULI) European Trends Conference 'Cities Transformed: Profiting from Urban Development' will take place at the Intercontinental Hotel in Hamburg, Germany.

Hamburg is an international showcase of successful urban regeneration both as an economic powerhouse and a place to live and work. This unique conference will explore how cities like Hamburg have successfully reinvented themselves to attract jobs, investment and development.

Participants will discover how developers and investors have reaped the benefits from the European urban renaissance. Long term opportunities, trends, and innovations will be sought and secrets to successful financing revealed.

Programme: Schedule at a glance

Wednesday, 6 June, 09:00-18:00

  • European Cities, Reinventing the Future
  • 'State of the European Cities' report
  • Investing in Germany: To Buy or Not to Buy
  • Concurrent Sessions:
    • Cities & Technology: Real Estate Value in a Digital World
    • Getting to Know JESSICA: New EU Investment Tool for Cities
    • Investing in Infrastructure: Reshaping Cities and Creating Value for Real Estate
    • Models of Development Success: Unlocking Regeneration Value
  • Info Bursts: Urban Tourism, City Image – Changing Perceptions, The Green City
  • Cities on the Global Economic Stage
  • Networking Reception

Outstanding contributions include:
  • Keynote & Host : Ole von Beust, Mayor, City of Hamburg
  • Speaker & Chair: Alexander Otto, President, ECE Projektmanagement, Germany
  • Keynote: Anatole Kaletsky, economic commentator & Associate Editor, The Times, London
  • Keynote: Jan Maarten de Vet, principal author 'State of the European Cities' report
  • Programme moderators: Greg Clark, Global Advisor on City Development & Jan Maarten de Vet
  • Industry leaders: Michael Topham, CEO, Hines Europe;
  • Leon Bressler, Partner, Perella Weinberg Partners

F.l.t.r.: Ole von Beust, Alexander Otto, Anatole Kaletsky, Jan Maarten de Vet, Greg Clark, Leon Bressler

For more information see www.uli.org

Source: ULI

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