The region is taking more partners than ever before at real estate show MIPIM with New Street station, Resorts World and Grand Central expected to draw crowds.
Thirty people will make up the Greater Birmingham delegation at the global real estate show in Cannes this March, made up of public and private professionals.
MIPIM enables major cities across the world to present their investment opportunities to investors, developers, property agents and the media and 21,000 participants from 93 countries are expected this year.
The Paradise and Resorts World developments are also expected to be a major draw for the Birmingham delegation and Sir Albert Bore, leader of Birmingham City Council, said the fact so many schemes were in progress would be key to drawing investment.
He said: "This is the year when everything comes together for Greater Birmingham. We are no longer just focusing on opportunities that are coming up because we can also concentrate on what major schemes are happening now.
"Major infrastructure and leisure schemes, which are significant not just locally but for our national economy, will open for business in 2015.
"What's more, key projects such as HS2 and Paradise prove that Greater Birmingham is continuing to push forward in improving its infrastructure, quality of life and business environment."
The delegation includes Solihull for Success, Invest Black Country and the Greater Birmingham & Solihull LEP along with the likes of Argent, Ballymore, Thomas Vale Construction, Calthorpe Estates, GVA, Jaguar Land Rover and Miller Developments.
Europe's top real estate experts recently ranked Birmingham as having the best investment prospects in the UK, according to research by PwC and the Urban Land Institute.
It listed the city as the sixth most investable in Europe - beating the likes of London, Paris, Munich and Brussels.
Craig Tatton, managing director at Midland firm Thomas Vale Construction, said: "The event will provide us great opportunities to establish new relationships with potential partners and clients from across the globe. International recognition of Greater Birmingham's investment and development opportunities is growing rapidly, and MIPIM provides the ideal platform to capitalise on this momentum to showcase the local area."
Greater Birmingham will be hosting a range of events at MIPIM.
Topics are expected to include HS2 and UK Central, plus the area's residential market, growing life sciences sector and the space needed for its burgeoning business and professional services industry.