Nicolas Bearelle is co-founder and CEO of Re-Vive, a Belgium based urban developer established in 2009. Re-Vive regenerates urban brownfields into sustainable and vibrant neighbourhoods, delivering added value for its investors, the community and the environment.
Re-Vive is a certified B-corporation and was nominated for the 2016 Best for the World list. The company is a co-founder of Inclusio, a private investment fund set up in 2014 to invest in social housing which is rented out to governmental organisations. This year, Re-Vive will launch the Watt Factory accelerator in Ghent, which will help scale-ups active in smart cities and climate change to grow their business.
Bearelle has a master’s degree in architecture and business administration and has over 15 years of experience in the real estate industry. He is a member of the ULI Belgium executive committee.
Thursday, September 13, 2018
11:00 AM – 12:15 PM
How to enhance cooperation among all actors to implement and manage significant urban (re-) development projects more effectively.