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MIPIM 2019 launches "Young Leaders Summit" to debate on tomorrow’s cities

France Architecture News - Mar 2, 2019 - 04:03   2301 views

MIPIM 2019 launches

The 30th edition of MIPIM has launched "Young Leaders Summit" for the next generation to debate on tomorrow’s cities. MIPIM, the world's leading property market, will be held on March 12-15, 2019 at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France. This year the event will create a special room for the next generation architects to debate future cities. 

Themed as "Engaging the Future", this year's event will deliver a special edition to highlight global and societal topics impacting the real estate industry. The central theme will be explored by focusing on future economic growth, community cohesion and sustainability.

MIPIM 2019 launches

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World Architecture Community is official Media Partner for this year's MIPIM and will be bringing you all the highlights & key sessions from the four-day event this March. 

Set as the very first section at this year's event, Young Leaders Summit will innovatively be staged as a major intergenerational debate on the future of cities and skills development. Through this event, focused entirely on upcoming generations, MIPIM plans to overview the next 30 years from the perspective of sustainable growth.

According to MIPIM's announcement, The Young Leaders Summit will focus on two areas: firstly on the results and analysis of a survey conducted by the make.org institute – "a general interest accelerator" – on tomorrow’s cities, followed by a presentation of a study carried out in partnership with the Fondation Palladio on the talents, profiles and skills needed to drive growth in the property industry.

MIPIM 2019 launches

From the MIPIM Startup Competition 2018. Image courtesy of MIPIM

"The Make.org survey covers more than 20,000 French and international participants, men and women aged 16 to 34, including the MIPIM community," said MIPIM.  

The key topics were mobility, ecology, urban agriculture, energy, and quality of life. The results of this survey will be released on 13 March and will help launch a lively and engaging intergenerational debate. Here is a preview of the themes chosen by the younger generation: 

  • Promoting ecology on a daily basis and respecting the environment
  • Increasing mobility
  • Reinventing city-centre shopping
  • Making buildings more eco-friendly

MIPIM 2019 launches

From the MIPIM Startup Competition 2018. Image courtesy of MIPIM

Dateline 13 March to explore all the results and participate in developing the charter for the “city of tomorrow":

  • 10 am: Convergence or divergence in tomorrow’s cities? Emerging trends and priorities for young and old. Active link to learn more about the speakers.
  • 11 am: Which talents, profiles and skills are needed to help grow the property industry? What are the job and business opportunities? How can we develop the relevant property business skills? Active link to learn more about the speakers.
  • Starting 4.30 pm: the “Young Leaders” working group on “design thinking” will present the results of its brainstorming session and then draw up the charter for tomorrow’s cities. This working session will be followed by a networking reception.

Contributors to this groundbreaking summit, drawn up in partnership with GECINA include Roman Kulik, Junior Real Estate Developer at Zoku, Axel Dauchez, Founding President of Make.org, and Alexandra Notay, Fund Director at PfP Capital.

Registrations are still open for MIPIM 2019 and you can examine the full program of MIPIM 2019 here. See the latest International Real Estate projects that will be showcased at this year's event. 

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