In a society and region where it’s all about “who you know”, face-to-face business meetings are still as as vital – perhaps even more so – as the 21st century boom of virtual introductions over social media. The sixth edition of Doha’s annual RESCOM Summit-Middle East, from September 27 to 29, is a well-connected, prestigious business forum that brings together the best suppliers and procurement specialists from both the residential and commercial sectors of the region’s real estate and construction industries.
Ganesh Babu, the India and Middle East director of IDE, the global forum and summit organiser behind the three-day event, says: “Despite the geopolitical risks and low oil prices impacting the Middle Eastern region, the construction industry however remains optimistic about its prospects. We see positive market fundamentals in 2016, including infrastructure investment and connectivity, offering potentially good prospects in the real estate market for well-specified developments to continue its growth path and avoid another boom-bust-cycle.”
During each day, RESCOM Summit-Middle East will provide unrivaled meeting and networking opportunities between buyers and suppliers in property and construction, with companies coming from all over the IMEA countries to take advantage and propel their business. Visitors will also get the chance to listen to ‘fire-side chats’, where industry insights and innovations within real estate, architecture and construction sectors are showcased, discussing diverse topics such as advanced building materials, new regulations, changing dynamics and trending design ideas. Find out what’s going on by viewing the full agenda.