Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Three of the leading companies in the UK property market, Countrywide plc, Hamptons International and Lambert Smith Hampton, will be attending MIPIM 2014 in Cannes from 11-14 March to celebrate their new direct partnership.
The event sets the tone for the international property market, welcoming 2,000 exhibiting companies from 80 countries and 20,000 individual participants. It is the second largest event in Cannes outside the film festival.
Grenville Turner, Chief Executive of Countrywide plc said:
“The Countrywide, Hamptons International and Lambert Smith Hampton team are delighted to present our complete residential and commercial property offering at the world’s largest property event.
“Together, we comprise of three big UK property brands offering a full service proposition that stretches the length and breadth of the UK.
“With Countrywide’s national scale as the UK’s largest integrated estate agency and property services Group, Hamptons International’s strength in London and the South East at the top end of the residential market combined with Lambert Smith Hampton’s commercial expertise across 26 offices in UK and Ireland, we are now in a unique position to provide clients with a complete gateway to the UK property development market.”
The team will present a number of business events during MIPIM for clients and press, including a VIP Breakfast Briefing, VIP Dinner and Round Table Debate.
For more information on how to attend one of these events or to find out more about the partnership, please click here.
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