Worcestershire business group heading to France for world's largest property exhibition
19 Feb 2019
Published in: General
A TEAM of Worcestershire businesses is representing the county at the 'largest property event in the world'.
The 'Team Worcestershire' delegation will be promoting investment in sites across the county including, Worcester Six, Malvern Hills Science Park and the Redditch Gateway at MIPIM, the world's largest real estate event, held in France.
The Worcestershire group will be joining the Midlands Pavilion led by Sir John Peace, chairman of the Midlands Engine, which is a collection of local enterprise partnerships , universities and businesses across the region working with government to promote investment in business.
From March 12 to March 15, Team Worcestershire will be promoting the county in over 40 events at MIPIM including panel discussions, keynote speakers and presentations to present the Midlands as an attractive place to invest and grow businesses.
Sir John Peace said: “MIPIM provides a platform from which we can showcase the many strengths of the Midlands to a wide audience.
"The Midlands is already a highly competitive investment destination. By attracting more investors, developers and businesses, we are able to improve our infrastructure, innovation and productivity creating a stronger economy for all.”
Stuart Emmerson, inward investment manager for Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership, said: “Worcestershire is now in a position to present world class investment opportunities at MIPIM. These game changer sites in Worcester, Redditch and at Malvern Hills Science Park are already attracting world leading brands.
"Worcestershire is the UKs best kept secret with amazing accessibility, fantastic sites awaiting investment and the region is at the forefront of tech as the UK’s only Industry 4.0 5G test bed."
MIPIM is a four-day property exhibition started in 1990, it sees investors from around the world gather to discuss real estate and property investment.
Original Article Posted on the Malvern Gazette
By Tom Banner, view the original article here: http://ow.ly/ioFw30nKzsy