With housing as part of economic development strategy of every nation, the private real estate developers and the government are continually seeking strategies to boost the housing sector.
Nigerians will be joining over 18,985 visitors, amongst who are decision makers to the 19th International fair on Real Estate and investment scheduled to hold October in Munich, Germany. The forum is the largest business-to-business expo for property and investment in Europe since 1998.
The focus this year will be on commercial property: office, retail, hotel, logistics, health, infrastructure and residential property for institutional investors. Profile of attendees include real estate developers, architectural and planning firms, lawyers, investment companies, asset managers, real estate financiers, universities and colleges, banks, fund companies, tax advisors, mortgage finance institutions and property consultants.
A Lagos-based public relations company, Niche PR and Events, is working closely with Messe München International and Trade and Fairs Consulting, Germany to recruit participation from Nigeria.
According to Niche PR, invitations have been extended to stakeholders in the private and public institutions related to real estate and financing to take up a stand at the African pavilion to facilitate one on one business networking meetings between international financiers looking to doing business in Africa and the Nigerian delegation. For exhibition of products and services, there will be 1,707 exhibiting companies. A projected number of over 37,853 participants comprising 18,985 visitors and 18,872 exhibitor’s representatives will be in attendance.
In 2015, Expo Real launched a conference on Sub-Saharan Africa -its real estate investment markets and urban development projects within the framework of Expo Real.
Originally published in The Guardian