Making a city more competitive is never the task of one person alone. It requires multiple organisations and agencies to work together in teams that span local and national, public and private. The essential ingredients are leadership vision and specialised skills/agencies. It is a high co-ordination task that relies on trust and mutual commitment.
Debra Mountford, OECD
Register today for ULI Poland’s Competitive Cities conference on 15th May 2015.
This international event will bring together over 150 leaders in the real estate industry from both public and private sectors to consider important trends and factors in what shapes a competitive city, and what cities, investors and developers are doing to enhance Poland’s regional and global competitiveness.
We’ll hear from several top Polish city representatives about what sets their cities apart and how they complement the strategies of other cities in Poland. Case studies from Turin, Manchester and Barcelona will demonstrate what’s worked elsewhere and what more can be done to create innovative and competitive plans for city growth and development.
The day will be moderated by Professor Greg Clark, a global cities expert and Senior Fellow, Urban Land Institute (ULI) Europe and includes a superb line up of speakers including Mayors and city representatives of Poland and former Mayors of Barcelona and Turin
Non-ULI Members (public sector): €135
Non-ULI Members (private sector): €200
Join and save to enjoy a year’s associate membership with ULI and attend the conference for a total of €300. Group booking rates are also available for groups of 3 or more. An invoice will be automatically sent after registration. Please e-mail email@example.com for more information.