The Investment Management Exhibition, scheduled from 07 to 08 April 2017, in Frankfurt/Germany, is an unique conference and exhibition at the same time, aiming to attract Foreign Direct Investments (FDI), with a focus on PPP- Public Private Partnership and Economic free zones/industry parks.
The IME is the best opportunity to find financing for Public Private Partnerships Projects, through marketing your projects and networking with global decision-makers from both the public and private sectors.
Huge opportunities to attract operators, manufacturing, services, R&D and infrastructure FDI
It brings together some of the most influential countries and business communities to discuss and develope Public Private Partnership Projects.
The event will provide an unmatched platform for investment projects to be unveiled to over 300 prospective investors in Europe and beyond.
On 21 May 2015, the IME closed its doors at the Messe Zurich.
The opening speeches by the Swiss National Councils Mr. Ruedi Noser on Innovation Park Switzerland and Mr. Hans-Peter Portmann for banking center Switzerland were emphatically received very constructive presentation.
The first day was marked by various speakers and presentations of investments in different countries, specifically highlight the showdown of two metropolitan areas , Greater Zurich Area and Barcelona, the last one the winner of Best City Awards of the IME.(POST SHOW REPORT)
At the IME you will meet and learn many case studies on toolkits, success stories and lessons learned from PPP projects all over the world.
Investors are looking for those projects like:
Meet the PPP Units from around the world.
Understand where the largest sources of FDI are and how to attract them!
The investment projects shown in the exhibition and forum reflect a total value of 5,7bilion Euro.
Very interesting were the comments of the representative from Sharjah, Hong Kong, Togo, Kosovo, Greece and the Ministry of Poland together with the four state investment agencies from Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Belarus and Macedonia.
Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are a mechanism for government to procure and implement public infrastructure and/ or services using the resources and expertise of the private sector.
The world needs co-operation, innovation and leadership to achieve qualitative and equitable economic growth.