ULI Poland PLACES + SPACES Dreaming the New Downtown

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Date:
October 23
Time:
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Venue:
Winosfera
Address:
Ul. Chlodna 31
Warsaw, Poland
Organizer:
ULI Poland

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ULI Poland Places + Spaces

ULI Poland’s PLACES + SPACES series is a year-long series of events focused on issues that impact you and your city!

We are happy to announce the 4th event in the series. It will take place on 23 October 2018 and the leading theme will be:

DREAMING THE NEW DOWNTOWN
What are the characteristics of thriving city centers and their business districts?

Confirmed speakers and panelists include:

Poland Places + Spaces

  • BILL KISTLER, Executive Vice President & Managing Director for EMEA, ICSC Europe – London
  • VINCENT RAUFAST, Senior Manager, EY Advisory – Paris
  • OLLE ZETTERBERG, recently retired CEO of the Stockholm Business Region – Stockholm
  • MAGDALENA BARTKIEWICZ-PODOBA, General Manager, Liebrecht & wooD Poland – Warsaw
  • SOREN OLSEN, Head of Capital Markets, Cushman & Wakefield – Warsaw
  • JACEK WACHOWICZ, CEO, Immobel Poland – Warsaw
  • Moderator: RICHARD STEPHENS, Founder and Editor, Poland Today – Warsaw

Please click here to download the program.

Registration Fees:

  • Private Member: 30 €
  • Private Non-member: 70 €
  • Young Leader* Members: Free
  • Public Sector Member: 15 €
  • Young Leader* & Public Non-member: 35 €

* Young Leader – 35 years and below

The PLACES + SPACES series presents high-profile, international projects and speakers to discuss how “best practice” development principles and initiatives can be adapted to deliver positive impacts to Warsaw and other Polish cities. Each event is envisioned as a two-hour, theatre-style presentation for 60+ participants and a panel discussion, followed by a mixer.

The ULI Poland Places + Spaces series 2018 consists of the following events:

·       20 February – Big Projects
·       17 April – Branding the building, building the brand
·       19 June – High streets, public spaces and placemaking
·       11 September – Tomorrow’s urbanhoods
·       23 October – Dreaming the new downtown

Poland Places + Spaces sponsors