Currie & Brown is proud to be attending MIPIM 2008 in Cannes, the world’s premier real estate summit, which is held in Cannes from 11 to 14 March 2007.
MIPIM continues to attract vast numbers of leading players in the industry from around the world, who come together to showcase development projects and shape the future of the rapidly expanding international property market.
Kevin Ellis, director of European of Middle East and Asian operations for Currie & Brown said "MIPIM is a unique coming together of the private and public sector both form the UK and the rest of Europe and provides a great opportunity, not only to catch up with other colleagues, but many of our clients. We are currently working on many exciting projects throughout France, Greece, Azjerbajan, India and the Middle East and MIPIM gives us the chance to showcase our expertise with potential new contacts, as well as existing clients. MIPIM is key for Currie & Brown given our International network of offices."
To represent us at this years conference we have key individuals from our Global hubs and key sector leaders from both our international and UK operations.
If you would like to meet with our key directors at MIPIM or ask them any questions please feel free to contact:
Kevin Ellis, Director, Operations Director Europe, ME & Asia and Sector Leader, Industrial.
Damien Bouveresse Managing Director, France.
Mark Taylor, Director, Middle East.
Iain Stevenson, Director and Sector Leader, Commercial, London.
John Rayson, Director and Sector Leader, Transport, Manchester.
Mark Baird, Divisional Director, Sector Leader, PPP/Concessions, Glasgow.
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Note to Editors:
Currie & Brown is a consultant in international construction and related matters, including risk and property management. It has four operating service divisions: Project Management, Cost Management, Consulting and Business Consultancy.
The company employs over 1000 people worldwide: 500 in the UK (50/50 split Scotland and England) and a further 500 in more than 50 overseas territories.
It is one of the world’s top 10 consultancies whose clients include Marks & Spencer, Royal Bank of Scotland, BBC, BAA, BP, Land Securities Trillium, and Shell Exploration.
The business is headquartered in London with 13 regional offices across the UK. It also has offices throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Americas and associated offices in Africa.