International investors have been zooming in on European cities. 2018 was a strong year for investment and 2019 looks set for a repeat performance, with an interesting distribution of capital into alternative sectors and a range of European locations. As cities increasingly compete for business and talent, just as global and European economic growth cools, which markets are likely to present the best opportunities for investment?
Which are likely to be the winning cities of tomorrow? Is there anything secondary cities can do to compete? What are investors looking for? How important are infrastructure and connectivity? Some cities are positioning themselves as tech hubs - how important are innovation and technology in today's market? What about alternative sectors? How attractive is the residential sector?
Join us for a presentation and panel discussion reviewing European cities, how their fundamental growth drivers and new infrastructure will create investment opportunities for those looking to expand, both into new markets and within existing markets.
Come to this time-efficient briefing, hear the view of market-leading experts and get to ask your own questions
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