Cityscape – Next Move; will be the largest dedicated real estate exhibition ever held in Egypt and will highlight all sectors of the industry.
The exhibition and conference will allow industry professionals, consumers, private and international investors, businesses and end users insight into one of the world most exciting real estate markets.Cityscape – Next Move is the first international real estate exhibition held in Egypt, after the merger between 3 organisations ACG-ITF, Lead and Informa PLC.
This powerful group will be driving an international investor seeking new opportunities in Egypt, supporting the local / private investor to seek out their next property purchase and allowing the industry to discuss how the market will recover following the resent changes.
“The Egyptian real estate market has gone through a lot of changes since the 25th of January revolution. The drop of supply compared to the increasing demand in housing and across all real estate sectors, will require the sector to recover quickly especially after the successful completion of the first stage of Parliament’s elections” said Mr. Chris Speller the Executive Director of Informa Egypt.
He added “Developers, investors (public or private), and industry consider the Exhibition an absolute necessity to return confidence, regenerate the market and allow the participants to see what is happening under on roof”.
Several remarkable activities are taking place during the event including, Real Estate Awards rewarding developers for excellent contribution to the real estate industry in Egypt, two dedicated conferences focussing on Retail and Real estate industry, investor networking function, charity golf functions and much more.Also for the first time participants to the event will be able to book meeting, see who will be attending and prearrange agendas before the doors to the event open with the new Business Matching service.This year will also for the first time see not only the local media but International media at Cityscape – Next Move including CNN, Al Arabia Channel and The Daily News Egypt are competing to win the sponsorship and coverage of the exhibition.