EXHIBITION & NETWORKING
Exhibiting at African Construction Expo is the most direct way for you to meet the right decision makers, key buyers, distributors and partners for your business.
WHO YOU WILL MEET?
Contractors (Large / Medium / Small)
Distributors and Retailers
Foreign Mission Representatives
Investors and Development Funding Institutions (DFIs)
Maintenance / Facilities Managers
Real Estate Owners
MULTI-BILLION CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA
With multi-billion projects planned and underway in Southern Africa,
this is the right moment to access this highly profitable market to grow your business.
BECOME AN AGENT
With US$118.3bn worth of ongoing construction projects taking place in Southern Africa, there is no better time to invest in Africa’s construction industry.
Sub-Saharan Africa will have the fastest growing construction industry among all major regions in the world over the next five years growing on average by a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.6 per cent a year, from 2019 to 2022, according to GlobalData. Regionally, Africa will become a major player in global construction over the next five years.
We actively seek to establish new partnerships with international sales representatives to extend our reach and cover more markets and sectors.
By becoming an agent you will have access to expand your business network in this highly profitable market.
EXPERIENCE THE VIRTUAL TOUR OF THE EXPO
VENUE FLOOR PLAN
LEVERAGE THE R2.5 MILLION MARKETING CAMPAIGN
As an exhibitor or a sponsor of the event, you will expose your brand through the expo’s multi-channel marketing campaign targeting the key buyers you want to meet.
“Our experience of the show has been great, we have come across a lot of interested business and have had a lot questions and business card exchange for follow ups which we hope will create a mutual beneficial relationship with those businesses”
“The quality of visitors at the expo has been really good and they are professionals in the industry which provide a great synergy for interactions”.”