Engaging the Future of Asian Markets

MIPIM Asia Summit sits at the intersection of global, economic, societal and technological trends impacting the real estate industry in the region

On November 26-27 at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong “Engaging the future of Asian markets” will be the overarching theme for the two-day conference and leaders summit. The event will draw more than 950 industry leaders from across the continent, offering an all-encompassing perspective on major real estate industry trends, as discussed by more than 90 speakers in more than 55 conferences.
Despite Sino-U.S. trade tensions, the future of the Asian property market remains promising and lucrative, attracting capital from financial institutions all over the world. The agenda gives a unique opportunity to showcase the future of the built environment that will enable economic growth, sustainable performance and community cohesion within the region.

Mipim Asia Hong Kong © S. D’Halloy – Image & Co

Through a list of key luminaries of the Asian property industry, the summit aims to highlight Asia Pacific inbound and outbound investment flows, regional development opportunities and retail real estate trends and will kick off with a panel highlighting both how technology is impacting human behavior in Asia and how to deploy effective market strategies to maximize new revenue streams. The conference’s forward facing topics will further include Brexit, property retail progression, co-living and co-working spaces, as well as regional focus trends on India, Australia, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Closely aligning with the current trends, this year’s summit includes a MIPIM PropTech day of conferences, which will be held on 27 November, 2019, as well as key networking moments such as the Investors Forum, group discussion and debate on Asia investment, and Retail Matchmaking, where retailers and developers meet.

Mipim Asia Award © E. Megret – Image & Co

On November 27 at the Awards Gala Dinner ceremony the final Gold, Silver and Bronze winners of  the 11 categories of the MIPIM Asia Awards 2019 will be finally unveiled to celebrate the most technically impressive and inventive property developments from across the APAC region, considering both finished developments and un-built projects in the planning stage. A total of 33 property developments will be awarded the “Oscars of the Asian real estate world”, which were first conferred in 2007.


List of Investors

ADIA, AEW, AIA, AFIAA Australia Real Estate, Allianz, APG, Aquitaine Family Office, Arch Capital, Baring, BEI Asset Management, Cambridge Associates, China Life Insurance, Chiaphua Group, China Merchant Bank, Citic Capital, CPPIB, Crystal Properties, Employee Provident Fund, Fidentia Real Estate, Franklin Templeton, GIC, GAW Capital, Google, Grace Financial, Heitman, HKI Holdings, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, ICBC International, Ivanhoe Cambridge, JP Morgan, KKR, Lasalle Investments, Link Asset Management, Manulife, PAG, Ping An Real Estate, PGIM, Patrizia, QIC, SC Capital Partners, Starr International, Starwood Capital, The Blackstone Group, The Family office, The Hinrich Foundation, Townsend Group, Union Investments, Vanke, Vervain Resources, Warburg Pincus, Washington State Investment Board, etc.

List of Developers

ABP, CC Land, Centra Pattana, Cheung Kong Holdings, China Overseas Land, China Resources Land, Chongbang Group, City Developments Ltd, Country Garden, Deutsche Haus, Duta Land, Far East Organization Vanke, Great Eagle Group, Hang Lung Group, Henderson Land, Hongkong Land, Hon Kwok Land, Hong Leong Group, King Wai Group, K11, Lai Sun Group, Mitsui Fudosan, Mitsubishi Estates, Nan Fung Group, New World Development, Poly Property Group, Seoul Housing & Communities Corporation, Satterley, SCPG, Sino Group, Sun Hung Kai Properties, UEM Sunrise, Swire Properties, Wing Tai Properties

List of Retailers

Apple, Angelina, Assong Shop, Balenciaga Asia Pacific, Bluebell Asia, Boggi Milano, Bose, Bottega Veneta, Calzedonia, Chanel, Camaieu International, Coffee Academics, Desigual, Diesel, Dickson Group, Ermenegildo Zegna, Ferragamo, Fossil, Furla, Fung Retail, FWM Asia, G2000, GAP, GEOX, Giorgio Armani Hong Kong, H&M Hennes & Mauritz, IFLY, IT Apparels, Illy Caffe, J Crew, Kering, Kidsland, Li&Fung, Lush, LVMH Fashion Group, Mango, Maxim’s, Merlin Entertainments, Metersbonwe, Metro, MHK Restaurants, MTM Lab Japan, NAF NAF, Parfoi, Prada, Pringle, Ralph Lauren, Richemont, Sain Laurent, Shanghai ICICLE Fashion Group, SMCP Asia, Superdry, Starbucks Coffee Asia, The Dairy Farm Company, The Kooples, The Swatch Group, Tumi, Venchi, Versace, Victorinox, Yves Saint Laurent, Zhejiang Semir Garment