Leading developers and real estate industry stakeholders will be showcasing more than 300 projects from across the globe at the 11th edition of the International Real Estate and Investment Show (IREIS).
The IREIS, the only real estate event in Abu Dhabi that targets investors and consumers instead of trade visitors, is set to kick off tomorrow (October 30) and run until November 1.
The IREIS 2019 will feature a wide spectrum of available properties, different investment options, financing sources, and relevant consultations and legal advice under one roof at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Khalifa Al Qubaisi, the chief commercial officer of Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (Adnec), said: "Our hosting of the 11th edition of IREIS reflects our commitment to the development of events held at our venues inside and outside the UAE, as we strive to boost the competitiveness of these events and its ability to attract major players in various sectors."
Al Qubaisi said Adnec had completed all preparations to host the exhibition, ensuring all facilities and equipment are in place to meet and exceed the expectations of exhibitors and visitors alike, as well as enhance the overall experience of in the exhibition.
Adnec, he stated, was committed to working with the various organisers of events to present them in a way that suits the reputation and position of Abu Dhabi.
Antoine Georges, the managing director of Dome Exhibitions, said: "This year, we are honoured that leading government entities comprising ADAFZ, DPM and the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED) are among our key exhibitors."
"Their participation reflects the strategic importance of the event and its role in the further development of the local real estate market, which is considered one of the country’s economic pillars," he stated.
"The annual event provides consumers from around the world with the best options for investment and leading insights into the market trends. For 2019, we have lined up more exciting activities and events to further enhance the experience of our international participants and visitors and cover broader high-growth areas in real estate," noted Georges.
"This year’s edition will feature additional segments focusing on free zones, innovations, startups, and investments in real estate to reflect the local and global market trends," said the event organiser.
"We also aim to highlight Abu Dhabi’s ongoing efforts to boost the business environment and open up immense investment opportunities to attract more regional and international investors to the local market," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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