The International Property Show 2013 (IPS), which kicks off in Dubai on April 30, 2013, announces that the exhibiting spaces at the show is now fully booked by local and foreign companies who are keen to be present at the event.
This is yet another clear sign of the full recovery of the show, which enjoys the support and will see the participation of the Government of Dubai Land Department. The International Property Show is sponsored by Diamond Developers, Damac and Falcon City of Wonders as the event’s strategic partner.
The three-day International Property Show 2013 will be hosted at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC). It is held in parallel with the third session of the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM), which is held under the patronage of His Highness (HH) Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, and hosted by the Ministry of Economy at the DICEC. The AIM is sponsored by Emaar Properties and organized by Strategic Marketing and Exhibition.
The IPS will see dozens of companies participating from various countries including the UAE, UK, Brazil, the Philippines, Thailand, Morocco, Turkey, Cyprus, Egypt and Canada.
Sultan Butti bin Mejren, Director General of Dubai Land Department (LD), said the IPS has succeeded again in attracting leading local and international companies who seek to benefit from the excellent reputation of Dubai as a platform for promoting projects and reaching business deals among the business community and investors.
Bin Mejren noted that the LD is keen to support activities related to the real estate sector and the department is pleased to see this level of professionalism in the arrangement of the new edition of IPS. He hoped that the new edition will add to the prestigious history of the event since its launch in 2006. The International Property Show has cemented its unique position compared to other similar regional and international events. The show continues to attract major real estate companies from the UAE and abroad; noting that last year’s edition, IPS 2012, had welcomed 18,000 visitors from 70 countries.
Dawood Al Shezawi CEO of Strategic Marketing and Exhibition, the organizer of the show, said the responses and demand for participation in the IPS by developers reflect the full recovery of the property sector internationally. The UAE property market led this progress and saw rapid recovery compared to other markets. The launch of new mega-projects and resumption of stalled projects clearly indicate this healthy recovery
Al Shezawi noted that developers realize the importance of seizing the opportunities available at IPS to reach out for investors. This approach reflects understanding of the importance of promoting projects. The Emirate of Dubai provides quality and international dimension for developers who are keen participate in the show, which attracts major international companies.
Al Shezawi stressed that the IPS, which enjoys the support of Government of Dubai Land Department, is determined to meet the aspirations of the participants and visitors to confirm the event’s importance. He anticipated that the IPS 2013 will see more exhibitors and visitors, thanks to the booming property sector in Dubai, which gears up for new boom supported by the UAE economy’s growth.
The list of companies participating in the International Property Show from the UAE includes Emaar Properties, Damac, Falcon City of Wonders, Diamond Developers, Al Baraha Land Real Estate, Bright Life, Herald Land, Oasis corner and Al Thuraya City.
Leading companies from UK are participating in the event including Advantage Properties, Knight Knox, Sherwoods Property and others.
Turkey has strong presence in the show as it is represented by ADAS properties, Ayon Properties, Koyom hotels, Freibd Yaieen properties, Romly properties, Yulia Properties and others.
Other participants include Drama Dity of Kuwait, Magnolia and Matrix from Thailand, Mega and Mega World from the Philippines and Provents from Portugal in addition to many other international firms.