Project Oman, an international construction technology, infrastructure, and building materials exhibition, is set to held in Muscat next month (October 24 to 26) opening windows of opportunities to tap the sultanate’s dynamic construction market.
“Oman has become a sought-after destination for investment, buoyed by its dynamic construction market that is expected to witness a six per cent CAGR between 2019 and 2024. The government will invest $963.3 million into various development projects by 2024,” said a spokesman for IFP (International Fairs and Promotions), a co-organiser of the event.
IFP is organising the trade fair along with Al Nimr Expo at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Project Oman (www.project-oman.com) is the latest addition to IFP’s “Project Series” which spans six premier construction exhibitions across the Middle East and Africa.
The trade fair is designed to be a comprehensive platform that provides an access point to the growing investment opportunities and new projects in Oman and boost international trade relations and business partnerships.
“A key feature of Project Oman is the designated B2B Matchmaking Program. This complimentary service is a highly effective tool, designed to ensure exhibitors and visitors meet the right partners, making way for new partnerships. The user-friendly interface allows for meetings to be scheduled with selected companies; the meetings can either take place at the designated B2B area or at the exhibitor’s stand,” the spokesman pointed out.
The exhibition also features a specialised conference bringing together experts in the construction field.