BaPDA gears up for Saudi property expo
Manama, October 17, 2012
Bahrain Property Developers Association (BaPDA) is the sole agent in Bahrain for Estatex 2012, a prestigious real estate and housing exhibition to be held in Dammam from November 19 to 22.
This is the ninth edition of the annual event and it is expected to host a large number of international and local pavilions, which will be used as a sales and communications platform to engage with potential stakeholders who are keen to invest in the regional real estate.
The exhibitors will have an invaluable opportunity to highlight their projects and offer investment opportunities.
The event is a proven and cost-effective platform to market and sell projects and services and discover new opportunities and marketing ideas.
The exhibition will be of particular interest to investors, real estate agents, builders, contractors, home Inspectors, brokers and property managers as well as the general public.
"Estatex will be an important business platform for us this year, allowing us to actively pursue our diverse portfolio and help our members engage with investors and stakeholders on future plans," said BaPDA chairman Aaref Hejres.
"The market is well positioned for growth and I believe Estatex this year will reflect the current market outlook, both for developers and investors.
"BaPDA is committed to working in proactive partnerships with companies to ensure that participation in regional events will catapult the property development sector to the forefront.
"Through our efforts, BaPDA seeks to throw the spotlight on the vision for Bahrain, and through shared experiences and knowledge benefit not only our nation but also the entire region," he said.
"Our entry into regional markets, especially in Saudi Arabia, has already provided invaluable opportunities to local developers and to achieve our goals," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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