By Hamed Mahmoud
Al-Nayrouz Exhibitions Company revealed its plan for the exhibitions scheduled to be held during the current year that aims to achieve sales of up to five billion pounds for the companies participating in such fairs, a senior company official said.
Eslam Borhan, CEO of Al-Nayrouz Exhibitions Company, said that the company commences its plan of exhibition with the convening of “Hazi Misr” in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, early April.
“With targeted sales of up to LE500 million, this will be the 14th edition of the exhibition under the patronage of Sheikh Saeed bin Tahnoon Al-Nahyan and the Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities,” he said. He added that “Started to be convened 10 years ago, the exhibition is one of the most important exhibitions held in the UAE and is enjoying a good reputation and strong interest from both Egyptians working in the UAE and Emirates.”
CEO Borhan unveiled that the company is planning to organise the ‘Egypt Property and Investment Show’ next June, followed by ‘Hazi Misr’ in Doha next September, and another in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, next October.
He referred to the importance of the efforts the state exert to support the export of real estate, demonstrate the volume of development process, provide hard currency and showcase the largest number of projects implemented in the new cities to Egyptian citizens working abroad with the same pace.
Engineer Haitham Borhan, Vice Chairman of the Company, said that the ‘Hazi Misr’ Dubai edition will include a package of projects implemented in the New Administrative Capital, New Alamein City, New Aswan City, Galala City and other new cities, wishing for the exhibition to be full of investment opportunities and distinguished offers, after a stop of one year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Established in 1986, Al Nayrouz Exhibitions Company is one of the pioneers in the field of organising exhibitions and conferences in Egypt and in the GCC and has succeeded in organising more than 300 exhibitions locally and internationally, and a part of the Arab Federation for Exhibitions.