ULI China Mainland Summer Meeting - Beijing, 23 June

When

2022-06-23
2022-06-23T09:00:00 - 2022-06-23T18:00:00
Asia/Hong_Kong

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    Where

    Webinar APAC This webinar will be hosted by Zoom HONG KONG

    Save the date for ULI China Mainland Summer Meeting – Beijing on 23 June. The meeting will focus on the current economic environment, especially the investment in new infrastructure to drive industrial development, and the renewal and upgrading of industrial parks.


    China's 14th Five-Year Plan will be based on sustainable development and strive to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060. We will discuss how to transform the way of urban development, implement green and low-carbon measures, and use new technologies and means to promote the optimization of urban and building spatial structure and the improvement of building operation quality.


    The pandemic has driven the emphasis on the life sciences sector. We will discuss how to create an urban environment that is most suitable for business operations and that best meets the expectations of talents, and how to enhance attractiveness and attract more international enterprises and talents.


    We look forward to having you join us for this informative event and will be providing further details and updated programs in the coming weeks.

     

    Highlights

    Morning, 23 June

    Current Macroeconomic Analysis and Alternative Asset Investment

    Analysis of Economic Revitalization Policies in the Second Half of the year and the Impact of Investment and Financing of New Infrastructure on Real Estate

    Development Strategy of Zhongguancun Software Park Urban Regeneration and Industrial Upgrading of Industrial Parks


    Afternoon, 23 June

    Life Sciences Industry

    Beijing Net Zero Imperative White Paper/Report

    Roundtable Discussion: Beijing CBD Green Development

    Smart City / Transportation


    Become A Sponsor

    If you are interested to sponsor or otherwise have recommendations for the program

    please contact Dong.Xiao@uli.org orIrene.Jia@uli.org