Adriana Krnáčová, mayor of Prague, speaks to Emerging Europe about the city’s first visit to MIPIM, as well as about the capital city’s development strategy (together with the cities of Brno and Ostrava).
Katarzyna Gruszecka-Spychała, deputy mayor of Gdynia, speaks to Emerging Europe about investment opportunities for building new developments on the city’s waterfront as well as the other sectors the city wants to promote.
Over 5,000 international investors and 60 institutional investors, representing $600 billion of combined allocation to real estate, are coming to the resort town of Cannes on the French Riviera in search of investment opportunities.
Filippo Rean, director of the Real Estate Division at Reed MIDEM, and the organiser of MIPIM, the world’s largest real estate event, in Cannes, spoke to Jerry Cameron, about the 2017 edition pf the real estate fair and the role Central and Eastern Europe plays at MIPIM. Continue reading An Opportunity for CEE Realtors to Send a Positive Message to Investors
In 2016, the total stock of office space in Kyiv amounted to 1,783 square metres. The new supply was insignificant, a mere 38,000 square metres and was the market’s lowest increase since 2008. 2016 was characterised by an increase in the number of lease transactions in Grade A and B business centres. Continue reading Office Space Remains Available in Kyiv
What should property investors look for in the region’s biggest markets, across emerging Europe? A few days ahead of the world’s leading property market event, MIPIM, we asked experts from large real estate consultancy firms, CBRE, Colliers and JLL, what opportunities they see in the real estate market, in 2017. Continue reading What Looks Good on the CEE Real Estate Market for 2017
As an expat who has lived in Belarus, for three years now, I can say that it is not easy to shop for clothes here. There aren’t many recognisable international brands in the market and the ones that are here have only one shop in Minsk and lack in both quantity and variety, so finding your style or the right size is definitely a challenge. Continue reading The Shopping Experience Is Set To Go Global in Belarus from 2017 Onwards
By 2014, €15.8 billion, or over 23 per cent of Belarus’ GDP, was the foreign direct investment (FDI) stock in the country, according to UNCTAD’s World Investment Report from 2015. Foreign companies invested €1.7 billion in Belarus in 2013 alone. 2014 and 2015 saw an FDI of about €1.4 billion respectively, according to the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (WIIW).
Andrew Wrobel spoke to the CEOs of Austrian Velcom; Swiss Stadler; Priorbank, owned by Austrian Raiffeisen; Irish Pure Energy Intelligence and senior representatives of Austrian Kapsch and German Salamander about their experiences in Belarus.
Despite being relatively small as a whole, the real estate sector in Central and Eastern Europe cannot be treated as a homogeneous market, say real estate experts from CMS and Colliers International from across the region in a video interview with Emerging Europe.
Poznań and Wielkopolska are very definitely associated with high quality, with work and with entrepreneurial spirit and I am sure this is a great capital place to start, says Mariusz Wiśniewski, Deputy Mayor of Poznań, in a video interview with Emerging Europe.
The World Bank expects Georgia’s economic growth to be at an average rate of 5.5 per cent, per year, over the medium term, based on greater policy certainty, improved market access and strong structural reform implementation. Irakli Kilauridze, Managing Director, Colliers Georgia, and Sulkhan Khabadze, Director, British Georgian Chamber of Commerce in London discuss the business climate and investment opportunities in Georgia.
Which markets, across emerging Europe, offer the greatest opportunities for property investors? A few days ahead of the world’s leading property market event, MIPIM, Emerging Europe talked to experts from large real estate consultancy firms. We asked them what property investors should look for in the region’s biggest markets, in 2016.
Continue reading The CEE Region – Looking Good For International Real Estate Investors in 2016
Croatia has officially overcome the economic crisis, with GDP displaying growth, albeit modest, for the third consecutive quarter. The GDP recovery is a result of numerous factors including trade partners’ recovery, the oil price slump, a record tourist season, personal income tax cuts and the relief that low interest rates have leveraged on households and firms. Continue reading 2016 — a Year Of Revival In the Croatian Real Estate Market