10 Reasons You Won’t Want to Miss This Year’s Paris Summit

Fewer than 200 senior delegates from the AEC industry’s most innovative companies around the world will convene next month for BuiltWorlds’ exclusive 2024 Paris Summit. Highlights include exclusive site tours, a demo night for regional startups and access to global construction leaders. Are you going? Here are 10 reasons why you should book your flight now, before tickets sell out:

  1. On Monday, tour The Link at La Defense – a groundbreaking, new 1.3 million square-foot office tower in La Defense – and learn about its impact on surrounding neighborhoods. (Tour Limited to 20 people.)
  2. Take in the ongoing development of La Defense district outside of Paris from the Winter Garden atop the LEED Platinum Saint-Gobain Tower and meet Saint-Gobain’s new head of external ventures, Basma Kharrat. (Space will be limited.)
  3. Tuesday, spend the day at Vinci’s Leonard accelerator building meeting leaders of one of the world’s largest construction companies and learning about various innovation initiatives in the sector across Europe and beyond. (Space will be limited.)
  4. On Wednesday, join the Research Track Peer Groups for a deep dive supported by research from BuiltWorlds analysts on Sustainability Across Europe and Beyond, the State of Corporate Venture in the Sector. (Limited To Research Track Members.)
  5. Attend a Special Region Focus Demo Night hosted by Bouygues, featuring innovative startups from across Europe and beyond, with a winner selected by a “shark tank” jury of sector investors and opening remarks from Edouard Bouygues.
  6. Dive Deep into AI in AEC across two special Thursday morning discussion sessions in the day’s General Sessions.
  7. Take part in a special spotlight on Saudi Arabia‘s unprecedented built world innovation push.
  8. Learn lessons garnered by the leaders of Construction’s Global Startup Challenge, one of the sector’s most prominent global challenges for startups.
  9. Join us for the Global Innovators Reception, a special celebration of the companies in the sector that have made the most significant commitments across multiple continents to industry innovation.
  10. Take in the added built world points of interest this year in Paris, including the Olympics venues and the historic rebuilding of Notre Dame Cathedral.

If your firm has a stake in the future of the built world sector, you won’t want to miss the opportunity to be represented at this year’s landmark global summit. Register here.