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CW In Focus | Building the future at Leaders UAE 2019

The 10th iteration of the event will see more than 200 construction professionals at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre

Now in its 10th year, Construction Week: Leaders in Construction Summit UAE 2019 will welcome more than 200 construction professionals at the Le Meridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre.

These decision makers will share the platform to take part in a high-level strategic debate on the state of the UAE’s construction industry, and to share their experiences and best practice ideas for managing the market.

Since its inception, the event has firmly established itself as the region’s premier high-level conference for the construction sector, bringing together the captains of industry each year.

In September 2018 and at the ninth year of the conference, vice president of real estate and delivery at Expo 2020 Dubai, Ahmed Al Khatib delivered the event’s introductory speech, updating the audience about constructions progress on the megaproject, which opens its doors on 20 October 2020.

As much as the event is a platform for industry leaders to get a transparent view on the challenges faced, while offering solutions and insights into the opportunities that lie ahead as the UAE pushes forward towards Expo 2020, it is an ideal place to position your brand, meet potential customers and existing clients.

The Leaders in Construction Summit UAE 2019 is supported by Gold Sponsor, Pinsent Masons; Silver Sponsors, Addleshaw Goddard and Exactal; Claims Sponsor, HKA; Legal Sponsor, Reed Smith; Lanyard Sponsor, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP); Category Sponsor, Construction Computer Software (CCS); Intelligence Partner, ProTenders; Training Partner, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors; and Exhibitor, Deltek.

To explore branding opportunities please get in touch with Construction Week's advertising director, Riad Raad at riad.raad@itp.com

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