The Chrysalis Fund has signed up as a sponsor to support Liverpool’s presence at European property conference, MIPIM Cannes between March 10th and 13th.
Representatives from The Chrysalis fund will join a delegation of 27 Liverpool businesses travelling to Cannes, France for the five day property event to showcase the best the city has to offer in front of an international audience.
This year sees the strongest Liverpool delegation support to date with double the number of private sector sponsors compared to the previous year and aims to deliver firsts for both Liverpool and MIPIM.
Fund manager John Tatham said: “MIPIM offers the perfect platform to showcase to investors what makes Liverpool special. The city has clear competitive advantages over others with its strong economic assets, rich culture and billions of pounds worth of investment in the pipeline. Chrysalis is a key part of that competitive advantage, providing investment funding to developers who want to share in the City’s success”
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Alongside the Chrysalis Fund, this year’s sponsors supporting Liverpool include Arup, Active Profile, City Residential, Colliers International, Curtins Consulting, Falconer Chester Hall, Glenbrook Property, GVA, Innov8 Safety Solutions, ISG, KPMG, Liverpool Chamber, Liverpool John Moores University, Pochin Construction, Redrow, Morgan Sindall and the University of Liverpool.
They join existing MIPIM Cannes sponsors Brabners, Bruntwood, Countryside Properties, Deloitte, Downing, Grosvenor, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Liverpool BID and Peel.
The Chrysalis Fund initiative is backed by the European Investment Bank, the Homes and Communities Agency and European Regional Development Fund under the JESSICA (Joint European Support for Sustainable Investment in City Areas) programme. The fund is managed by the Igloo Consortium, which is made up of Igloo Regeneration Limited, GVA and RBC Capital Markets and operates in partnership with the Liverpool City Region LEP and the local authorities.