12th- 15th March: Palm Hills Developments participated in the MIPIM 2019 in France

Palm Hills Developments appeared at the Egyptian pavilion along with eight other local companies.


(Cairo, Egypt) – Egypt’s leading real estate company, Palm Hills Developments, participated in the 30th annual edition of one of the largest real estate exhibitions in the word, the MIPIM in Cannes, France from March 12th to 15th.

Palm Hills Developments appeared at the Egyptian pavilion along with eight other local companies. The Deputy Minister of Housing for National Projects, Eng. Khaled Abbas and CEO of the exhibition, Christoph Schopp, attended to inaugurate the pavilion.

Mona El Helw, Chief Commercial Officer of Palm Hills Developments commented on the importance of the real estate company’s attendance, “the real estate market in Egypt is one of the most promising economic sectors in the country and has attracted foreign investment to burgeoning cities.”

El Helw added, “Palm Hills Developments is dedicated to expanding the international reach of Egyptian real estate, especially with the governmental support regarding this initiative. Egypt is in a prime geographic location with a year-round, temperate climate and a natural beauty that is unique to the region. Additionally, the country’s architects and designers are world-renowned for their talent and skill. These reasons are why Palm Hills Developments is so invested in participating in the prestigious MIPIM 2019 and communicate the investment opportunities available in the Egyptian real estate market.”

The diverse range of real estate properties provided by Palm Hills Developments only bolsters the company’s position in the convention. El Helw further commented, “[our position] is greatly advantageous as Palm Hills Developments can meet any criteria whether it’s an investor seeking ROI or homeowners searching for residential projects in Cairo East, Cairo West, the North Coast, or the Red Sea District through Palm Hills New Cairo, The Crown, Badya, Capital Gardens, and Hacienda Bay.”

El Helw ended by stating, “there’s a high footfall of foreign visitors from the Middle East and Europe at the Egyptian pavilion which cements the notion of Egypt being an attractive real estate market and helps our commitment to placing the country on the international property map.”


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