Africa Build Show Ghana (ABS Ghana 2023) , to take place from 11-13 October 2023 in Accra, Ghana, the western gateway into the Africa market, provides you with an exclusive opportunity to explore new territories and multiply your export activities. You will meet and network with global companies and fellow professionals to discuss the latest market trends, cutting-edge technologies and much more.
At the focal point of a lucrative multibillion-dollar construction market, ABS Ghana 2023 represents the ideal B2B platform for global construction suppliers who are keen on increasing their footprint in Africa by covering the entire value chain from project inception to completion.
Both exhibitors and visitors at the ABS Ghana 2023 will be given 3 full days, an opportunity to interact and discuss partnership agreements, sign agency and distributorship contracts and develop new market strategies and cooperation schemes.
Gain new connections – emails, names, handshakes - potential clients and client inquiries, boosting your sales pipeline for the year.EXHIBITING ENQUIRY
Connect, learn, collaborate and discover the inspiration to take on challenges and unlock new business opportunities.VISITOR REGISTRATION
Position yourself as a thought-leader and keep your company’s profile at the front of the industry.
Affiliate your brand to a global and world class event to ignite your brand visibility, earn repeat business and referrals to new clients.
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