main photo 01The Secretary General of INTA, Michel Sudarskis will attend the next MIPIM Japan which will take place in Tokyo from 20 to 21 may 2015. The event will cover different topics like Innovative cities, Investment, Real estate &the Olympics, and Tourism.

Our Secretary General is invited to speak at a MIPIM conference on May 20 and to address the topic of  How to adapt cities of today to smart development of tomorrow? 

Through the cases of Paris, Copenhagen and Iskandar this session will show different examples of “Smart development”, from the investment & urban planning perspective. Speakers will be Sudarskis Michel, Secretary General, INTA, Ahmad Khairil Anwar, Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Medini Iskandar Malaysia Sdn Bhd and the session will be moderated by Rokushika Masaharu, Chairman of the Board of Directors, NIHON SEKKEI, INC.

It will be an excellent opportunity for the INTA Secretariat to meet INTA Japanese members and other key Japanese stakeholders in urban development, and participate in some workshops.
A roundtable is also organised by the INTA Regional commissionner for Asia Pacific, Taichi Goto, in order to exchange about Japanese urban development at the occasion of the presence of INTASG in Japan. If you want to attend it, please contact the international secretariat.

For info: MIPIM Japan enables Japanese real estate professionals to share their projects and know-how with the world and international stakeholders to source capital or new opportunities in Japan. Through a series of conferences and a broad exhibition, this event should give the opportunity to the participants to better understand the latest urban developments projects and technologies of Japan (e.g. Eco City) and initiate new relationships with investors, developers and local governments from all over the world.


// See MIPIM Japan programme


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