Organizer: The CITY Media Group
Date: 9 th June 2015
Venue: Sofia Event Center, Paradise Center, Blvd. "Cherni Vrah" 100, Sofia

Strategic partners: Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works and National Association of Municipalities in the Republic of Bulgaria

The CITY Forum is organized by The CITY Media Group for the fourth time. It aims to give publicity to the vision of urban leaders on priorities realizing the potential of cities and to provide a business platform to promote achievements and innovation in the field of management, planning and implementation of key urban systems.

Highlights of the program:
- Public and private investments for urban development.
- National programme for energy renovation of multi-family residential buildings.
- Transport and mobility. Projects for integrated urban transport in the Bulgarian cities.
- Challenges in the construction of metro’s new sections.
- Metro’s future - third metro line.

Who should attend The CITY Forum:
• Representatives of ministries – Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works, Ministry of Tranposport, Information Technologies and Communications, Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Environment and Water
• Representatives of operational programmes funding urban projects (OPRD, OPE)
• Representatives of state agencies and commissions
• Mayors and representatives of municipalities
• Construction companies
• Investors and investment funds
• Consulting companies
• Designers
• Suppliers of innovative products and solutions related to urban process management
• Banks and funds supporting urban projects
• Legal offices and audit companies
• Branch organizations

Why to participate in The CITY Forum:
• urban leaders share their vision and strategy about priorities for urban management
• future projects and project ideas, which change the Bulgarian cities
• experts discuss trends and challenges in urban development
• leading companies present innovative solutions and products related to more efficient management of urban processes