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Market Research presentation
Experts panel discussion
The urbanisation trend and a stronger economic outlook are boosting prospects for European cities. Foreign investors tend to look at cities rather than countries - what are they looking for? What does it take to become a city of influence? Which cities are the fastest-growing and most likely to attract their interest? What is the occupier outlook in the key European cities and how is this driving trends and the evolution of the accommodation market? What role are domestic investors playing? Where are the best opportunities for development? How is the market for re-development vs new build? To what extent is Brexit affecting London's status as a destination for foreign investors? Many cities, from Frankfurt to Dublin, from Paris to Amsterdam and from Berlin to Milan, are jostling to attract banks and companies seeking to re-locate from London. Will one emerge as the winner, or are there more likely to be multiple winners? What will be the likely impact on the residential and office markets in those cities? How important are a good infrastructure and transport links to a city's attractiveness? Some cities are positioning themselves as tech hubs and attracting start-ups and tech companies - how important are innovation and technology in today's market? What are the prospects of secondary cities in Europe? Come to this time-efficient briefing, hear the views of market experts and get to ask your own questions.
Attendance is free but places are strictly limited. Please register now to ensure your place.