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Gearing up for MIPIM 2024

2024’s MIPIM Global Urban Festival is here

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Katharine Cotter, Partner


11 February 2024

This week sees the arrival of the biggest conference in the international real estate calendar, with Oberlanders featuring as one of RIBA Chartered Architectural Practices.

Offering a wealth of insight and inspiration from across the built environment, MIPIM is a must attend for Oberlanders to connect with the wider community and explore the challenges and opportunities facing future development across the UK, Europe and beyond.

Oberlanders are proud to be hosted by RIBA where you can find our showcase at the London Stand. Representing our multi-sector expertise are Partners Philip Macdonald, Mark Coffey, Andrew Wilmot and Director, Nick Jones who has recently joined the practice. Each of the team shares what attending MIPIM means for them.

If you bump into Phil, Mark, Andrew or Nick, please say hello! 

Or come and see us at RIBA on the London Stand.

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Philip Macdonald Managing Partner Sector Lead

"MIPIM provides us with a unique opportunity for highly focused and effective networking with new and existing clients, consultants and collaborators from right across the UK and beyond, all of which is vital to the continued health and wellbeing of our growing and evolving business."

Philip Macdonald
Managing Partner

Mark Coffey Partner

"MIPIM provides an opportunity to connect and collaborate with industry leaders and clients on a global stage. In the context of the global economy, it is more important than ever to openly share our own solution focused and innovative approach to design and spend time listening to others."

Mark Coffey

Andrew Wilmot Partner Sector Lead

"MIPIM provides a wonderful window to the world of contemporary thinking and aspirational development, helping shape and inform our own outputs and services for aspirational clients."

Andrew Wilmot

Nick Jones Director

"This week I’m eager to connect with key individuals to discuss the challenges facing future developments, particularly within Sciences, Technology, and Innovation. How can we achieve Net Zero and positively influence ESG? How can we overcome planning and infrastructure restraints in key locations to unlock future developments instrumental to the growth of the sector? What support can be offered to barriers to funding and VC funding?"

Nick Jones

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