MADISON Hotel Hamburg, Schaarsteinweg 4, 20459 Hamburg
How to add new value to modern city centers.
Digitalization in building: the way forward?
The conference preparations for this year´s Annual Conference in Hamburg, Germany, are progressing well and we are proud to inform you about the key aspects.
We can announce that international speakers from Japan, U.K., Ireland, Switzerland, Austria and Germany are confirmed giving a global view on the two topics (Adding Value to City Centres and the Role of Digitalisation). Hamburg is our detailed focus and we are delighted that that two local experts will share their experiences: the CEO from the HafenCity Development as well as a senior representative from the Hamburg Port Authority. Besides this, we have a very interesting mix of best practice presentations in our programme – such as the inner city development Alter Wall, restoration of an antique Japanese temple park, and a lot more. The detailed programme will be issued soon.
The Conference will start at 13.00 hrs on the 22nd of June after the Annual General Meeting for the ICPMA members. In the evening event that day everybody will have the opportunity to share professional knowledge with each other on a more informal and relaxed basis enjoying dinner and drinks. This will again provide the perfect background for the announcement of this year´s “the better way” Award Alliance and the official handover of the Presidency of ICPMA.
The second day of the Conference will start at 8.30am. The presentations and discussion will finish at approximately 13.00 hrs. After that we will walk to the the interesting site visit to conclude the event.
There are many reasons to register now here as the early bird rate gives a significant saving ( Register here ).
If you would like to bring your partner with you to visit Hamburg on this occasion and you would like him or her to join the evening event, this is no problem, but please register your accompanying person to confirm the dinner ticket.
Looking forward meeting you in Hamburg.
Arnd Wittchen, President