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Lille Region at MIPIM 2015

06 Mar 2015 |

Once again, Lille Region is heading for the MIPIM international real estate show in Cannes, March 10-13. On this year’s agenda: real estate projects in three participating cities, Beerology Workshops and a classic French beer café. It’s all happening at booth R8-D11!

Cities in the spotlight

Calling all investors, developers, promoters and other real estate professionals—have you lined up meetings with Lille Region’s featured cities? Lille, Saint-Omer and Valenciennes are waiting for you at booth R8-D11. Find out what they can do for your project.

Learn more about projects in Lille, Saint-Omer and Valenciennes

Explore Lille Region in our video

L’Estaminet by Lille Region

This year, drop in and visit our estaminet—a replica of the cozy beer cafés found throughout Northern France. A place where you’ll feel right at home, where neighbors share news and gossip, where you can talk business over a good beer. Experience our classic café, and find out for yourself just how warm, friendly, and inviting Northern France can be.

Beerology Workshops

Think you know everything about beer? Come test your expertise at one of our Beerology Workshops. From Tuesday to Thursday, rediscover one of the world’s favorite beverages, with professionals to guide you as you taste beers from Northern France. Or join us from 17.30 each day for a networking session where you’ll learn how to make your own beer cocktails.

Register for a Beerology Workshop

Or come by booth R8-D11 any time and identify Lille Region’s Mystery Beer for a chance to win one of many prizes. Winners in our drawings will be announced each evening at the cocktail workshop.

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