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  • Every Wednesday to Saturday from 03:00 pm until 09:00 pm, May 21 2014 to May 24 2014
  • Every Tuesday to Friday from 03:00 pm until 09:00 pm, Jun 24 2014 to Jun 27 2014
  • BIEL (Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center), Beirut
  • Exhibitions, Conferences & Workshops

DREAM 2014
The Most Luxurious Real Estate Exhibition In Beirut!

Development & Real Estate Annual Meeting Held in Collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce in Beirut

A PROMISING UPWARD CYCLE

Lebanon, with its favorable cultural and geographical characteristics, is an economic center for the region. The country is currently witnessing an ongoing infrastructure expansion in addition to flourishing residential, office and retail projects.

Dream Exhibition, held at Biel, is a distinctive trade fair that brings together industry professionals and the public at large, providing them with a common platform to identify growing businesses and discover new opportunities.

The leaders in investment, property development, the housing industry and the finance sector will create a unique synergy in defining what, where and when to build and buy.

SHOWCASE

TRUSTWORTHY CLIMATE

Developers are showing an increased involvement in large projects, with greater management capabilities that cover all the market needs. Both the high-end segment and the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are still on the rise. They are developing large luxurious residential towers, smaller studio apartments, furnished apartments, shopping malls, hotels and restaurants that are the key driving factor behind the Lebanese economy.

The building and contracting industry, which plays a vital economic role, is booming. Construction activities are on the run with cement deliveries, while construction permits following the pace. Amidst this boom, Dream exhibitors will have a unique opportunity to get noticed and showcase their experience, projects and credentials to gain potential clients and build new businesses.

OVERVIEW

OPTIMISTIC FACTS

Through Dream, the future can be seen with optimism. Many projects are in the pipeline, with developers taking advantage of Lebanon's geographical characteristics, moderate tax rates and a free-market economy.

• The Central Bank reinforced credit regulations and protected the country from financial repercussions, in terms of crisis, making the banking sector a robust key driver to the economy.

• As per the Central Bank and Bank Audi group research department, the banking loans attributed to construction hit over 6 billion USD and housing loans reached 4 billion USD.

IN FIGURES

• According to the Central Bank, for the first quarter of 2012, construction permits reached 1,245,550 square meters and cement deliveries rose by 6.2% to reach 5,550 thousand tons.

• The regulated and reputable banking sector has increased the size of the market through its diversity of home loan products targeting all Lebanese, residents, expatriates, employees and self-employed.

• The banking sector in 2011 reported a healthy performance with credit rising by 14 percent, facilitating and promoting investments.

BE THERE

CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS

Dream has featured conferences that brought the latest news and insights about the real estate sector. The program presented perspectives regarding the evolution of the market and has welcomed, over two days, the Minister of Finance, S.E.M Mohammad Safadi, The Minister of Economy & Commerce, S.E.M. Nicolas Nahas, and The Minister of Public Works & Transportation, S.E.M.Ghazi El Aridi.

The workshop took place in close collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce, major key players and presidents of municipalities, syndicates and associations that have debated with property developers, financiers, investors, and consultants the growth strategies and potential future investments.

In Dream, the panels and conferences will reiterate the preceding edition in order to highlight the promising future of the real estate sector in Lebanon.


For more details, you may email us on dream@promofair.com.lb

For more information : +961 1 561 600