Cities to Be Congress: the program is online!
Cities to Be will be a highlight for the sustainable building sectors. For the organizers of this event, Alliance HQE-GBC and Novabuild, Cities to Be intends to be the Congress of commitment, concrete solutions and action. It will allow to discover ground feedbacks, to be informed on innovative projects, to share experiences, good practices and efficient solutions, to enhance European and international know-how. As such, this event aims to encourage and simplify the voluntary commitment of stakeholders from the entire construction, urban planning and real estate value chains.
To do this, there are nearly 130 speakers and about 60 hours of content offered under different formats:
• 3 plenary scheduled respectively on Thursday 12th at 9 am and another one at 5:15 pm and Friday 13th at 11:30 am, which give a rhythm to this event and will be about the following topics: "To the rescue of the sustainable construction: understanding the magic of the brain to (finally!) all take action"; "They have won the transition bet, they give you the solutions! " Money, Money, Money: in order that all project find their financing".
• nearly 50 sessions
• 5 site visits in Angers and around
• 27 pitching times: offering the possibility for manufacturers, software publishers, start-ups and project leaders to present their innovations
• 9 project reviews
• 1 TV set where the emerging themes of the sector will be approached and where different stakeholders will talk and discuss about those topics.
The 2-days program is online. Find it here.
And to register, this way.
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