The Urban Land Institute is an independent research and education organization offering conferences, events and publications. All that involved real estate, real estate development, land for sale in Cancun and the creation of places.
The objective of this organization is none other than to provide leadership in the responsible use of the soil. The creation and maintenance of emerging communities around the world. Independent non-profit organization with global representation supported by members representing the full spectrum of real estate development and land use.
It has more than 40,000 members from 82 different nationalities. ULI members represent the full range of land use and development of the various disciplines in both private and public utilities.
Associates come from different disciplines, both in private companies and in public service, but the same common goal. These members are composed of: 34% architects, lawyers, consultants and other service professionals; 32% developers; 18% investment firms and professionals from financial institutions; And 16% government, non-profit organizations and academia. As we mentioned above ULI has representation worldwide with headquarters in America, Asia and the Pacific and Europe.
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In addition, it is in the cities that generate more than 80% of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of the country.
The ULI Latin American Conference, which will take place from 12 to 14 February in Miami Beach and Lemmus Inver México will join its Ecologissimo Nuevo Cancún product, is the only place where it will connect with the main experts and professionals Of the sector. Hundreds of ULI members, as well as non-members, who are active in land use and the real estate industry in South America, Mexico and the Caribbean, will attend and meet at this conference.
Conference to be conducted and produced by ULI Mexico, ULI Southeast Florida and Caribbean and the global ULI team.
Given this panorama, who doubts that the 21st century is the century of urbanism?