17 September 2019
Le Meridien Dubai Hotel &
Dubai’s government approved its biggest ever budget for 2018 as the emirate ramps up infrastructure spending to finance work for Expo 2020. With more than 7,000 active commercial and residential building projects in the emirates, and a number of education, healthcare, hospitality and retail schemes also underway, 2018 has already been a busy year for the UAE’s construction industry.
Despite the recent introduction of VAT and many firms still contending with ongoing disputes across the industry, the sector remains positive and it is against this backdrop that the Construction Week: Leaders in Construction UAE Summit offers a platform for frank and honest discussion, giving a transparent view on the challenges faced, offering solutions, and insights into the opportunities that lie ahead as the UAE pushes forward towards Expo 2020.
Now in it’s 10th year, the Construction Week: Leaders in Construction UAE Summit has firmly established itself as the regions leading high-level strategic conference that brings together the captains of the construction industry.
On the 12th September 2018, the summit saw more than 200 senior construction professionals gather to take part in a high level strategic debate on the state of the industry, and to share their experiences and best practice.
The Construction Week: Leaders in Construction UAE Summit brings together the very best of the region’s construction community. Attendance is by invitation only and will represent the decision makers leading the industry and shaping the sector’s future.
As such, it is an ideal place to position your brand, meet potential customers and existing clients. To ensure sponsors get the maximum return from their investment, sponsorship opportunities are limited.