Project Lebanon 2017 is the unrivaled platform to build your construction network in Lebanon and beyond the Levant region Africa, where Lebanese entrepreneurs are established for more than a century now. The event will welcome national pavilions in addition to local, regional and international decision-makers.
Project Lebanon 2017, the 22nd International Trade Exhibition for Construction Materials and Equipment for Lebanon and the Middle East, held under the patronage of Lebanon’s President of the Council of Ministers, H.E. Mr. Saad Hariri is considered the largest business event in Lebanon.
For its 22nd edition, Project Lebanon 2017 is expecting more than 450 companies from over 20 countries, with registered exhibitors from France, Italy, Cyprus, Hungary, India, Kuwait, KSA, Turkey and more.
Opportunities are piling up as Lebanon embarked on a new journey. The election of a new President has boosted market sentiment. GDP growth is expected to reach 4% in 2017, twice the country’s past six-year average. The Lebanese Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR) is already supervising $3.4 billion pipeline of public works: infrastructure being the second largest funded sector with $780 million worth of projects under implementation.
Visitors of the event can expect the following:
• Explore a complete range of products specialized in construction, energy, and environment;
• Connect with hundreds of manufacturers under one roof;
• Meet new buyers and distributors;
• Generate new business contacts and leads;
• Network with local, regional and international decision makers;
• Follow latest trends and innovations;
• Gain valuable market insights;
With more than 22,000 visitors, Project Lebanon is the largest and busiest business event in the country (and in the Levant region!). Its specialized B2B match-making platform is the most effective tool to directly meet targeted buyers, distributors, investors, architects, engineers, consultants and key decision-makers. To benefit from this tailor-made service, register your interest in Project Lebanon: projectlebanon.com