AfricaBuild Lagos 2017 featuring top quality exhibitors from 12 countries on 14 to 16 February at the Landmark Centre in Lagos

 

  • More than 1.500 professional visitors expected

 (Heidelberg/London) Organized by the British and German trade fair specialists ITE and fairtrade, the international building & interiors exhibition AfricaBuild Lagos 2017 is scheduled for 14 to 16 February at the Landmark Centre in Lagos. The event enjoys a strong institutional support and top quality exhibitors from 12 countries. Nigeria’s ever growing construction market is a major attraction for international suppliers. More than 1,500 professional visitors are expected.

Organized by the British and German trade fair specialists for emerging markets ITE and fairtrade, the leading international building & interiors exhibition “AfricaBuild Lagos” takes place on 14 to 16 February 2017 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos.

 Top quality exhibitors from 12 countries ready to discuss their business

The event will bring together Nigeria’s key construction professionals and present products from top quality exhibitors from 12 countries.

The exhibitors will display their latest innovations in construction machinery and technology, building equipment and tools, building materials and interior finishing materials. They come from Austria, China, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Nigeria, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

Top institutional support

AfricaBuild Lagos is supported by the Delegation of the European Union to Nigeria and to the ECOWAS-States, Advantage Austria, AHK Nigeria-Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Nigeria, FOCI-Federation of Construction Industry Nigeria and ICEX-Spanish Embassy. Austria, Spain and Turkey are presenting official country pavilions.

 Nigeria’s construction sector

Nigeria is Africa’s second largest economy with an estimated  GDP of 415 billion USD (gtai) in 2016. With 187 million inhabitants it is the most populous African country and the 7th most populous country in the world. The construction industry is worth 60 billion USD and has averaged 9.5% growth over the past 5 years. Nigeria is expected to become one of the world’s top 20 economies by 2050.

For more information about AfricaBuild Lagos 2017, please visit www.africabuild-lagos.com

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