What Makes ‘Abuja International Housing Show’ Different from Others?

From 23rd to 26th July this year, over 40, 000 guests from across the world will attend the 13th edition of the Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS) — the flagship housing and construction event which stakeholders have described as the biggest and most prestigious in Africa.

With about 30 international speakers, 400 companies product exhibition and business opportunities running into billions of dollars, the AIHS is the target place for stakeholders, policy executives, business leaders, investors and clients to network and establish beneficial relationships.

The show is powered by leading Brand in housing communication,fesadeb Media Group and promoter of Housing Development advocacy network~Another excellent name in housing advocacy which they have been promoting in the last 25 years.

They are the pioneers of the only TV and radio program(s) on housing and construction in Nigeria, with a large viewership in Nigeria and abroad. They also own and manage the most reliable housing and construction news website popularly called Housing News.

Their impactful contributions in the housing and construction industry which has greatly help scale up housing access in Nigeria has earned them countless number of excellence awards from all professional bodies that embody the Nigerian housing and construction industry.

They have also received global awards and recognitions from countries like United Arab Emirates (Dubai),UK and South Africa.

Though a Nigerian brand, the Abuja housing show has always been praised for its international touch — attracting industry professionals from different countries to invest in the Nigerian real estate, housing and construction sectors.

So far, it is the only show with the blessing and acceptance from all government owned housing agencies, regulatory bodies and leading brands in the Nigerian housing sector. A legitimacy that has constantly drawn credible partnerships to the show over the years.

In the last 13 years of the show, it has featured top government officials like Vice Presidents, Governors, Ministers and many more influential participants from over 20 countries.

The show has always served as a great economic stimulant, especially in its host city, Abuja, where hotels, printing coys, transporters and logistics companies have always enjoyed great patronage during the show. The show is an economy of its own, not to mention the investment impact that continues even when it is done.

The Abuja International Housing Show is different because it is not a talk show platform, but a network of big businesses, opportunities and innovations.

Regular participants take advantage of the show because there is hardly any other show where they can network with as many stakeholders, clients and investors, and be able to showcase their products and ideas, and equally make great sales.

Those who are also looking to owning their own homes, especially at discounted rates have always seen this show as their desired destination. Contractors also use the show as an opportunity to interact with government officials and private sector leaders to sell their vision and strike good deals.

There is always a lot to learn at the AIHS especially from the panels, breakout sessions and testimonials about the current industry trends, how to create a bigger and beneficial industry, how to create accessible mortgages and tackle the challenges affecting housing demand and supply.

The difference with AIHS is the opportunities that it creates for everyone. From those in government looking for new ideas, to industry stakeholders looking for new opportunities, to investors looking for the best ideas and businesses, to companies looking for the biggest market, and to clients looking for the best deals, the Abuja International Housing Show has and will always be the best housing and construction platform for all.

One of this year’s most anticipated events in the Show is the CEO forum, which will be a convergence of industry leaders and ranking CEOs sharing their knowledge, experience and expertise on how to advance the housing and construction industry in an ever changing world of real estate and finance. It will be the first of its kind and most registered participants have indicated their enthusiasm about witnessing the CEO forum.

Int’l housing show to tackle sector challenges in CEO forum

The coordinator of the Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS) said its 13th edition would feature AIHS CEO FORUM to tackle several challenges in the housing sector.

Bar Festus Adebayo,coordinator of the 13th AIHS made this known to the newsmen on Wednesday in Abuja.

The 13th AIHS is scheduled to hold in Abuja from July 23 to July 26, while the CEO’s forum will feature on July 23, the first day of the show.

Adebayo explained that the forum which would feature 200 CEO’s in the real estate, mortgage housing finance, construction companies and professional institutions would focus on macro-economic and socio-political environment and impact of real estate market.

“The forum which is a gathering of high profile professionals who are founders and business owners will give opportunity to present and discuss challenges facing their respective organisations and the way forward.

“It is a collaborative and supportive environment for leaders in Nigerian real estate industry support services and mortgage banks. Participating in the forum will increase high level business contact.

According to Adebayo, the forum will equally provide avenue for meeting counterparts from every parts of the country and outside the country on networking business relations.

He further noted that it would provide an exceptional opportunity to enhance company’s growth potential and make privilege contact with financial institutions and investors

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This, he said would avail the participants an opportunity to understand the housing and construction industry best practices

“AIHS CEO’s forum leverages the collective experience and knowledge of fellow business leaders from across the country network to share and develop strategies and solutions specific to member organisations and real estate industry,’’ he added.

He noted that the agenda of the forum also included issues relating to profitability strategies, lending and credit risk, improving sales and services, assets liability as well as investment.

Fesadeb Media Group is also the producer of housing development programmes on African Independent Television, Ray Power, TVC and Nigeria Television Authority .

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Source: Housing News

Housing show to drive finance models – Convener

The Convener of the 13th Abuja International Housing Show (AIHS) says the show will focus on driving sustainable housing finance models to achieve affordable houses.

Mr Festus Adebayo, Managing Director, FESADEB Media Group and the convener disclosed this in Abuja on Wednesday while speaking on the level of preparation for the forthcoming show.

The AIHS would feature more than 400 foreign and local exhibitors and 35,000 participants across 20 countries, scheduled for July 23 to July 26, at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.

The theme of the show is: “Driving Sustainable Housing Finance Models in the Midst of Global Uncertainties’’.

Adebayo said that the theme stemmed from the outlook of global economy that could tend toward another recession and the attendant impact such an event could have on Nigerian affordable market. “The likelihood of global recession is on the level of increase of global debt

“According to International Monetary Fund (IMF), the global debt has reached `an all time high’ of 184 trillion dollars in nominal terms. “In addition to the likelihood of recession is the rising level of global uncertainties,’’ he said.

This, he said, were fuelled by nationalistic sentiments such as the ongoing tussle between China and the United States of America and also between European Union and its member states like United Kingdom.

“Coupled with the current monetary tightening it is expected to increase in Europe and USA,’’ the convener said. The expert explained that the show had also introduced innovations in the 13th AIHS exhibition aspect that would give enough room for networking among participants.

“The second AIHS Chief Executive Officers forum will feature 100 high ranking CEOs of mortgage banks, real estate institutions and companies, construction companies’ professional bodies and international investment organisations.

“The international investor’s dinner will also feature delegations from Turkey, Rwanda, China and United Arab Emirate to deliberate on way to achieve affordable housing.”

On the successes recorded in the past by AIHS, Adebayo noted that its recommendations were taken and complied with by many states across the country.

“Our recommendations were well utilised in Osun where we now have a full-fledged mortgage bank owned by the state government.

“It is also working in many states including Niger state where the state is developing its mass city involving aggressive estate development to explore the opportunities of the population influx from Abuja.”

He expressed hope that the in-coming administration would do more in the area of housing to drive the country’s economy. “We are also aware that most houses have been delivered under the present government.

“But we are adamant that our focus in the 13th AIHS will be more on the area of affordability of these houses that government is building,’’ he said. (NAN)

Source: Ella Anokam

Polls Reveal Abuja International Housing Show Best Housing Event of 2018

In an online poll conducted by Chisla Associates, in which over 5000 stakeholders within and outside Nigeria participated. Out of the 8 shortlisted housing and construction events in Lagos and Abuja, 70% of the participants voted the Abuja International Housing Show as the best housing event of 2018.

Most of them based the votes on the following; Sales made during and after the event, the quality of personalities that attended, the organisation of the event among others.

According to one of the participants, ‘’sales were made at the stands, some exhibitors made sales worth millions of Naira. A lot of participants also got job opportunities’’. One of the foreign exhibitors’ said ‘’my participation in the show has made my plumbing products available everywhere in Nigeria’’.

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it has also become a neutral platform for professionals in the construction and housing industry to meet and exchange ideas,: just as some of the voters said that the platform belong to everybody and also belong to nobody.it is on record that some professionals bodies who took stands benefited in using the platform to educate the public about their profession.

The economic impact of the event on the Federal Capital Territory, cannot be overemphasised. From hotel patronage to patronage of restaurants and lounges, printing of materials, and spin-offs of various business during the event has added value to the federal capital Territory, since most of the participants are drawn from the 36 states of the federation and over 21 countries.

One of the voters called on the organisers of the show to commence hosting of one day training for representatives of exhibitors, as he observed that some of them did not show skill in following up some of the prospective clients. Another voter called on the government to be using the platform to launch programmes and policies on housing since the crowd in the annual show cannot be found in any other event in Nigeria.

About 65% of the voters acknowledged that the event showcases innovative developments in the housing industry, while 55% of the voters particularly hailed the organisers efforts on the quality of paper presentations from experts and leading names in the industry, from various parts of the world.

One of the participants of the online poll said the Abuja International Housing Show is an opportunity for those working in housing to establish methods by which tangible change can be effected to not only produce better buildings but better serve our cities as well.

A participant who has been a regular visitor to the Abuja International Housing Show noted that business should not be an excuse to isolate yourself, but an avenue to meet an know new people. All work and no play can get old fast, in the sense that event can add a layer of enjoyment to managing your career growth by mixing a social aspect into your business efforts.

Other participants of the online poll hailed the organisers for the platform it provides for participants to network and learn. They insisted that no matter how experienced you are at your business, everyone can learn.  Working in a small business venture can often be isolating, and without exposure to a variety of points of view, people can miss new ideas and trends that can impact future results.

The educational aspect of the Abuja International Housing Show can expose you to new ways of conducting your real estate or construction business, and help you discover how to be more productive.

The 13th Edition of the show is scheduled to hold from July 17th to 20th, 2019, with the theme: Driving sustainable Housing Finance Models In the midst of Global Uncertainty. For video clips and pictures of previous events visit www.abujainternationalhousingshow

 

 

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The 4-Day annual event will take place from Happening LIVE at the annual 4-Day high powered Abuja International Housing Show taking place from 20rd- 23th July, 2019 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, Nigeria.

 

Show Features

  • Practitioners from over 10 countries across the globe.
  • 15,000+ participants including top government officials from across Africa.
  • Live coverage on major TV/Radio/Online stations
  • Supported by all the leading brands in the housing and construction industry.
  • Exhibitions by all leading building and construction brands
  • In partnership with leading professional bodies in Nigeria.
  • Best deals and discounts on all Housing related products and services.

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Why Abuja International Housing Show Is The Most organized Show In Nigeria

Housing matters to economic development. It can not only boost economic performance and place competitiveness, but it can also lead to segregation and spatial concentrations of poverty.

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The Government’s housing growth plans induces the opportunity to improve the use of housing as an enabler of economic growth, but housing policy will need to be more responsive to local economic development conditions. In the current downturn, ensuring new homes are delivered of the right type, in the right place, and linked to wider economic outcomes will be all the more important. If housing is treated as an isolated issue, future investment is unlikely to achieve either sustainable growth or the outcomes desired by the Government’s housing policies.

 

It is for the above reason that Abuja International Housing show is committed to bringing all stakeholders together with the goal of Implementing a more integrated response to housing and economic development in Nigeria.

The mission of the 12th Abuja International Housing show is to bring together housing practitioners, advocates and resources so that all Nigerians will have the opportunity to have quality affordable home and suitable living environment.

Abuja International Housing show provides professional consultation services through training and technical assistance on affordable housing and related issues; supports community-based partnerships in leveraging resources; and advocates for policies, programs and use of funding resources that maximize the availability and improve the quality of affordable housing in Africa.

We carry out this mission recognizing that affordable housing is an integral part of community revitalization and economic development.                                                                                                                    

Abuja International Housing Show:An International Brand With A Nigerian Touch

Global brands are all around us but the true winner is the Abuja International Housing Show, which in every sense of the word has given life to the phrase ”Think global, act local”.

Regarded as the largest built and construction exhibition in Africa, with about  400 exhibitors and over 15,000 participants, the Abuja International Housing Show, is a convergence of ‘who is who’, in construction, estate development, engineering, architecture, estate surveying, quantity surveying, estate management, finance, Interior decoration and design, furniture and building products, materials and services businesses from across world.

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It also pulls in high profile personalities including, governors, housing ministers, state commissioners, CEOs, and global body heads from over 10 countries’’.

As a global brand, the event has carved has carved for itself an international reputation in the course of finding lasting solutions to challenges of housing in Nigeria also become a credible platform where people network, promote their businesses and make housing available at affordable rates.The event is also an opportunity for prospective home owners to gain insights into how an occupant can become involved in the design process, including influencing house layout and fabric choices, and bringing individual needs into focus in future design developments.

It also allows prospective occupants to engage directly with the house-builder, which ultimately leads to increased demand for home grown products and services, not only that, It is has also become a credible platform where those thinking of how to become homeowners, see their dreams turn to reality.

The Abuja International Housing Show, helps to stimulate the building and construction industry, in terms of design-led housing solutions, and high quality home-grown materials and products.

A major highlight of the event is the showcase of innovative developments in the housing industry, paper presentations from experts and leading names in the industry.

Over the years, the Abuja housing show has garnered the support of its partners drawn from the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, professional bodies among others.

The Abuja International Housing Show has been able to go beyond the boundaries of Nigeria, and establish itself as a international brand with a Nigerian touch.

Source:Affa Dickson Acho

 

 

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