Help finance Africa’s key construction industry to rebuild Africa
We are looking to connect top finance / banks and investment players with African construction companies, including leading public, private institutions (government, engineers, consultants, contractors, developers and manufacturers) working on construction projects; as part of the African Construction and Totally Concrete Conference and Expos taking place 12 – 14 May 2015 at the Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa.
The African Construction and Totally Concrete Conferences and Expos not only facilitate open dialogue but provides a unique opportunity for a diverse group of professionals and stakeholders involved in the transformation and development of the African construction, cement and concrete industries to network, share knowledge, best practices and the latest thinking.
African Construction and Totally Concrete Expos will enable you to conclude several months of due diligence and interaction in just a few days. Participating at this forum will allow you to market your offerings and learn about Africa’s leading EPC, suppliers and manufacturers finance and investment needs to help them complete projects on budget and on time.
Download the sales brochure here to learn more about the commercial opportunities available which includes sponsoring or displaying your service offerings at the technology showcase or advertising in the show guide.
The audience comprises over 600 – 700 key decision-makers from Africa’s construction, cement and concrete industries who attend the conference; and over 6000 mid-to-senior level executives who visit the expo. Over 200 companies will display their products and services in the first ever 3 storey expo in Africa!
Due to an unexceptionally high interest in this event, only a very limited number of commercial opportunities remain and we would like to ensure you will be present at this important event.
Space is running out we would welcome a conversation about how African Construction and Totally Concrete Expo can benefit you.
We look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible to discuss options still available.
PS: Did you know?
The World Population Bureau estimates that the population of Africa will rise from 1.1 billion in 2013 to 2.4 billion in 2050. What this means is, that most of the continent’s economies will have to double in size in the next 36 years. If that is to happen, then the stock of Africa’s infrastructure assets, including all of its residential, industrial and commercial buildings and power, transport and sanitation systems, will have to double in size.
In other words Africa will have to be built again in a single generation!