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October, 14th & 15th 2020 / Porte de Versailles, Paris

Program

An exhibition oriented towards innovation and which decodes market trends: demonstration areas, thematic conferences…

Our program is in progress!

  • 10:00 10:50 Salle 1

    Opening plenary session

    Kantar presents its qualitative research on the future of commercial sites for the SIEC, followed by a round table discussion.

    Three retail directors and three property leaders will share their vision for the future and reflect on the impact of the recent health crisis. What has the crisis taught us? Are the recent changes to consumer behaviour here to stay? Have development prospects been revised?

    • Yves PUGET
      Yves PUGET LSA Editor-in-chief
  • 11h30 12h00 Shaker

    The New Concept Pitch

    Siec encourages young entrepreneurs to make themselves known and puts them in the spotlight by letting them speak at the trade show.

    The New Concept Pitch is a great opportunity to meet and speak to new, innovative brands carefully chosen based on their performance and development potential, business logic and innovation.

    • Simon BOUTIGNY
      Simon BOUTIGNY La Correspondance de l'Enseigne Editor-in-chief
  • 11h15 13h30

    CMCV's meeting

    As part of SIEC 2020, the Managers Club (CMCV) will celebrate its 20th year at its annual meeting. Twenty years, how time flies! But it is certainly an opportune moment to reflect on the alterations to the role that long-serving managers have experienced and shouldered. It is also a good time to look at the extent of the profound repositioning of expectations held by cities and merchants. These changes are at the heart of the CMCV’s actions that are proposed today and to be presented at the event. Those actions include creating a participative platform to foster discussions on good practices and innovation, collaborative projects with the Partners Club of the CMCV to favour dynamic, sustainable trade, and actions suggested to local councillors and State agencies. Through a prospective prism, this meeting should provide insights into what the cities and regions of tomorrow will look like and what new fields of expertise future managers will have to explore.

  • 9h30 12h30 Salle 1

    Three round tables on the topic of investment as development factors

    A morning of discussions that will allow you to embrace all facets of investment and its variations through the following triptych: Profitable financial investment, Socially responsible investment, Sustainable investment at local level

     

    In parternship with : IEIF/SFAF/FSIF/CIBI

    • Gaël THOMAS
      Gaël THOMAS Business Immo Editor-in-chief
  • 12h00 13h00

    Next Gen Masterclass: Tomorrow is here: what solutions do we have?

    NextGen and post-NextGen deciders representing a range of properties look at solutions for new consumer patterns. Which solutions, what implementations and what formats?

    Introduction and conclusion by Charlotte Journo-Baur & Stanislas Richardot

  • 14h00 15h00 Salle 1

    Current events and commercial urban planning

    The most important current event has been the enactment of the French legislation known as the Elan Act and its subsequent implementing decrees. This law seeks to reform commercial urban planning with regard to project impact analysis, the factors considered in the relevant commission’s decisions and the supervision of licences through the creation of a compliance certificate and reinforcement of sanctions. Case-law, including constitutional judgements, have also had some input this year.

    • Dominique Moreno
      Dominique Moreno Chambre de commerce et d'industrie de région Paris Ile-de-France Head of the Pole of regional and regional policies
10:00 10:50 Salle 1

Opening plenary session

Kantar presents its qualitative research on the future of commercial sites for the SIEC, followed by a round table discussion.

Three retail directors and three property leaders will share their vision for the future and reflect on the impact of the recent health crisis. What has the crisis taught us? Are the recent changes to consumer behaviour here to stay? Have development prospects been revised?

With the interventions of

  • Yves PUGET
    Yves PUGET LSA Editor-in-chief
11h30 12h00 Shaker

The New Concept Pitch

With the interventions of

  • Simon BOUTIGNY
    Simon BOUTIGNY La Correspondance de l'Enseigne Editor-in-chief
11h15 13h30

CMCV's meeting

As part of SIEC 2020, the Managers Club (CMCV) will celebrate its 20th year at its annual meeting. Twenty years, how time flies! But it is certainly an opportune moment to reflect on the alterations to the role that long-serving managers have experienced and shouldered. It is also a good time to look at the extent of the profound repositioning of expectations held by cities and merchants. These changes are at the heart of the CMCV’s actions that are proposed today and to be presented at the event. Those actions include creating a participative platform to foster discussions on good practices and innovation, collaborative projects with the Partners Club of the CMCV to favour dynamic, sustainable trade, and actions suggested to local councillors and State agencies. Through a prospective prism, this meeting should provide insights into what the cities and regions of tomorrow will look like and what new fields of expertise future managers will have to explore.

9h30 12h30 Salle 1

Three round tables on the topic of investment as development factors

• Profitable financial investment

In partnership with the IEIF (Institut of “Epargne Immobiliere et Fonciere”)

• Socially responsible investment

In partnership with the IBPC (International Biodiversity Property Council)

• Sustainable investment at local level

Example of cooperation that is vital for successful dynamic and attractive

With the interventions of

  • Gaël THOMAS
    Gaël THOMAS Business Immo Editor-in-chief
12h00 13h00

Next Gen Masterclass: Tomorrow is here: what solutions do we have?

14h00 15h00 Salle 1

Current events and commercial urban planning

The most important current event has been the enactment of the French legislation known as the Elan Act and its subsequent implementing decrees. This law seeks to reform commercial urban planning with regard to project impact analysis, the factors considered in the relevant commission’s decisions and the supervision of licences through the creation of a compliance certificate and reinforcement of sanctions. Case-law, including constitutional judgements, have also had some input this year.

With the interventions of

  • Dominique Moreno
    Dominique Moreno Chambre de commerce et d'industrie de région Paris Ile-de-France Head of the Pole of regional and regional policies

    Biography

    Dominique Moreno works within the CCI Paris ile-de-France as head of the Pole of regional and regional policies ...
    Dominique Moreno works within the CCI Paris ile-de-France as head of the Pole of regional and regional policies within the Deputy Directorate General Service, Information and representation of companies. Doctor of law, she teaches urban planning law in master 2 of notarial law at the University of Paris Est Créteil (UPEC). She is a commentator on the planning code of LexisNexis editions and the author of several books and articles on town planning and commercial development.

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