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Africa Property Investment Summit heads to Sandton

Jul 07 2017 19:29

Johannesburg - Running for its eighth consecutive year, the Africa Property Investment (API) Summit & Expo will be held this year at the Sandton Convention Centre on 24 and 25 August.

A new reality for the African real estate industry, which has faced with a number of geo-political and economic challenges over the last few years, is starting to emerge, and investors and developers have already started to look into how they can best redefine this new property landscape, according to Kfir Rusin, managing director for API Events.

Attracting a wide range of industry professionals, this year’s summit will include participation from over 35 countries, 600 delegates and 250 companies, connecting the continent’s most senior investors, developers, operators and industry professionals and providing them with infinite networking opportunities and a wide range of key discussions.

Special focus will be placed on sub-Saharan African countries such as Angola, Mozambique, Zambia, Botswana, Nigeria, Kenya and Cameroon, and their potential for growth in the coming years.

It will also feature a dedicated exhibition area where delegates can meet freely to discuss current trends, share industry experiences and enjoy insightful debates with some of Africa’s top real estate minds.

The main sponsor for the event is Broll Property Group.

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