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RESCOM summit during September-end in Doha

The summit will address latest development and challenges in the constructional, architectural, interior design, engineering and technology segments of the real estate industry in the Gulf and the wider Middle East

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Despite declines in some performance metrics in Middle East & North Africa (MENA) market in 2016, there are 960 residential, commercial, healthcare, hospitality, smart buildings, and education projects, pipelined to be completed across the region.

This statement was revealed by IDE, a global forums and summits organiser, in connection with its announcement, that preparations are completed to hold the inaugural RESCOM Summit Middle East on 27-29 September in Doha.

Ganesh Babu, director - India and Middle East, IDE, said: “This summit will connect key decision makers of the real estate fraternity through structured, positive, and specialised networks that aims to develop long-term, meaningful relationships with quality business professionals." 

The summit will address latest development and challenges in the constructional, architectural, interior design, engineering and technology segments of the real estate industry in the Gulf and the wider Middle East.

“Choosing right suppliers or catering to the right projects, the right decision always requires careful planning and extensive market research. We understand the business value of such decisions, which is why we work closely to identify and offer the best match for the industry’s requirements and specifications from events such as RESCOM Summit Middle East,” he added.

“Despite the low oil prices impacting the Middle East, the construction industry however remains optimistic about its prospects. We see positive market fundamentals in 2017, including infrastructure investment and connectivity, offering potentially good prospects in the real estate market for well-specialised developments to continue its growth path.

“Unlike other peer events which emphasise on panels and presentations, RESCOM Summit Middle East gives more prominence to face to face meetings and knowledge sharing sessions. This summit will provide unparalleled service and dedication, to ensure our attendees get the best return on investment (ROI),” he concluded.

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