Friday, June 18, 2021

Preparations for 2012 Property, construction Expo in progress

Plans for the country’s most important second Construction and Property Expo are underway, a platform for property and construction industry players to showcase their products and services to interested buyers, investors and traders.

“This year, we had 100 successful exhibitors in respect of property construction and investment, and next year we are targeting over 200 exhibitors, including some from neighbouring countries as our intention is to grow with each expo,” said Shingie Mupunga, head of Client Services and Strategy Department at Native Impressions.

“The expo will again offer our exhibitors marketing opportunities for their businesses, as people will get to know about the products and services they offer. It will also give people a chance to network and interact with others,” said Mupunga.

He further encouraged organizations to exhibit, adding that property and construction is on top of everyone’s mind and with so many options available to buyers, making a choice is tough and it’s wise to meet current potential clients.

According to Mupunga, 2012 expo will have an award winning dinner to exhibitors. He said the award will be for the Best Overall Expo Stall design and presentation, the Best Architect Design concept and presentation and the Best Interior Design concept and presentation.

The expo, which will be on June 2012 and is hosted by Business Exhibitions and Events, will be for Real Estate Investment, decision makers from all relevant property construction sectors brought together.

Furthermore, the expo comes fully armed with organizations from different sectors like architects and property developers, engineering and building contractors, interior designs and d├®cor and high concentration of qualified property buyers and sellers.

The expo, which will run under the banner “Enhancing Property Investment Opportunities in Botswana”, aims at giving exhibitors opportunities to encounter all those buyers and investors that matter in Botswana’s property and construction industry.

Meanwhile, the preparations are ongoing and organizations are advised to book early.


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