ULI Belgium: Competitive Cities Conference Recap

On 10 May 2016, ULI Belgium held its first annual conference on the topic of competitive cities.  This international event brought together more than 180 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 Belgium’s regional and global competitiveness.

The day was moderated by Professor Greg Clark, a global cities expert and ULI Europe Senior Fellow, and included a superb line up of speakers including mayors and city representatives of Belgium.

A new report was also launched at the conference. Brussels and Antwerp: Pathways to a Competitive Future argues that to remain competitive, Brussels and Antwerp must improve their governance structures, accessibility, and sustainable urban development.

View Programme  Read the Report