The biggest housing and construction Show in Nigeria and Africa is set to commence from 23rd to 26th July 2019 at the prestigious International Conference Center, Abuja.
There is no better time to register for the widely endorsed Show than now.
The Show is widely recognised as the biggest opportunity platform for industry stakeholders to advance their knowledge and business development.
The exciting Show will be attended by over 30,000 participants from Nigeria and from at least 15 countries.
While the Show will host over 400 product exhibitors, almost 300 of them have already booked their participation.
One of the greatest reasons why many people put the Show in their plan is because of the opportunity it provides for wide-sector networking. It is not only a gathering of housing and construction companies, but also of mortgage finance experts, property developers, asset managers, investment bankers, top government officials and several private sector executives.
By virtue of attendance, a lot of people have been able to expand their network, business, and career boundaries.
One of the key features of this year’s Show will be the CEO Forum — a high level platform for leaders and captains of industry in the sector to deliberate and strategize on how best to solve some of the industry’s nagging problems as a united front.
All participating CEOs, coming from Nigeria and abroad have confirmed their participation for this highly anticipated session.
There will be innovative showcasing of products from no less than 50 international companies from countries like Turkey, China, UAE, Netherlands, USA and UK.
There will also be prospective home owners forum, where participants will have the unique opportunity to fulfill that home ownership dream. There will be over 200 developers under one roof with no less than 20 mortgage banks ready to offer the best and most flexible home ownership deals available.
For professionals who are looking for the latest trends in building materials, housing technology, home Interiors, alternative energy and many others, the Abuja International Housing Show is the one-stop place to be.
Not less than 5 professional bodies have registered for the Show in order to use it as a rallying point for its members and their objectives, and to also advance their professional services to a broader audience.
The Show will be officially opened by the Vice President of Nigeria and will be attended by a number of state Governors including those from Lagos, Ogun, Nasarawa and Niger.
The sales and deals at the Show are unbelievably cheap and the organisers have made it very accessible by making registration free. So, what are you waiting for?
By Ojonugwa Felix Ugboja