Africa Build Show taking place in the bustling Kenya capital Nairobi, will be the largest and most professional gathering of international construction professionals the country has ever seen. It’s your gateway to one of Africa’s emerging markets, an ideal global platform to meet, network and conduct business.
This event, as a launch pad, provides you with a unique opportunity to showcase your potential in the market. Both Exhibitors and Visitors at Africa Build Show will get 3 full days to network and discuss partnership agreements, sign agency and distributorship contracts and develop new market strategies and cooperation procedures.
With an economy that’s growing at twice the pace of the global average for developing countries, Africa Build Show-Kenya gives you an opportunity to tap into Africa’s multibillion-dollar vibrant construction market.
The show represents an ideal B2B platform for construction material and equipment manufacturers and suppliers, to meet thousands of fellow professionals, contractors, property developers, architects, importers, and government officials from Kenya and it’s neighboring countries and the region.
An extensive marketing campaign designed to reach out to construction industry professionals across Kenya and its neighboring countries, will be implemented in order to maximize trade visitor numbers and origin.
Gain new connections – emails, names, handshakes - potential clients and client inquiries, boosting your sales pipeline for the year.EXHIBITING ENQUIRY
Connect, learn, collaborate and discover the inspiration to take on challenges and unlock new business opportunities.VISITOR REGISTRATION
Position yourself as a thought-leader and keep your company’s profile at the front of the industry.BECOME A SPEAKER
Affiliate your brand to a global and world class event to ignite your brand visibility, earn repeat business and referrals to new clients.
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