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Projekta to benefit foreign and Angolan investment

Projekta to benefit foreign and Angolan investment

According to Lello International, an Angolan investment advisor, Projekta is the largest trade fair dedicated to the construction industry, public works, urbanism and architecture sectors held in Angola and at the moment is the most important event to establish privileged partnerships, contacts and conducts business between Angolan and foreign businessmen.

This October from the 22nd to the 25th, PROJEKTA amplified their exposition segment moving into the interior design and the equipment sector. Over the past 12 years PROJEKTA has brought evolution and solution to the Angolan market.

With the drop of the oil price in the international market, Angola is taking measures to intensify the diversification of the economy. Construction being one of the main priority sectors focused on. This diversification will be evidenced on the 13th Annual Edition of the largest trade fair dedicated to the Construction Industry, Public works, Urbanism and Architecture is to be hosted

The numbers of the past edition:

  • 500 exhibitors
  • 15.750 visitors
  • 16.000m²

Projekta provides a highly professional environment, favourable for the debate and discussion of the industry, in its several forms, through conferences, workshops and thematic seminars which complement the exhibiting offer and, above all, promote exchange and knowledge among all economic agents.

The investment in the internationalization of Projekta has been a priority for the organization, and the outcome has been very positive.In its last edition, Projekta featured the presence of thefollowing countries: United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Egypt, Kuwait, Pakistan, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, and New Zealand.

Exhibitors profile include: Manufacturers, importers, distributors and warehouses of machinery, equipment and materials for the construction industry, several support services, associations and specialized press.

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