Water Africa and West Africa Building & Construction Ghana 2014 Exhibition and Seminars

Water Africa and West Africa Building & Construction Ghana 2014
2014-07-02 - 2014-07-04
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Participation in Water Africa and West Africa Building & Construction Ghana 2014 being held on 18-20 June 2014 at the Accra International Conference Centre, Ghana will ensure that exhibitors reach the key decision-makers from the Ghanaian Ministries, as well as engineers, architects, contractors and consultants, NGOs, investors and developers involved in either or both sectors. West Africa Building & Construction Exhibitors will be showing the latest equipment and services in the field of civil engineering construction and building for commercial and industrial use including housing. Water Africa Exhibitors will be showcasing the latest equipment and services in the field of water and wastewater engineering for commercial and industrial use. There will be great business opportunities at this event, which is internationally regarded as Africa’s best infrastructure trade show and is keenly supported by our exhibitors.

Attendee information

Visitors to the exhibition will be primarily: Contractors; Consultants; Engineers;Architects; Suppliers; Government officials from the sector; Officials of funding agencies; Investors and developers; Representatives of non-governmental organisations in the sector; Executives from industries with construction requirements; Water and sanitation engineers; Water and sanitation managers; Water and sanitation scientists; Water company administrators; Officials of funding agencies; Executives from industries with water and wastewater requirements; Farmers and other users of irrigation and drainage

Exhibitor information

Exhibitors are invited to take part in the accompanying seminar programmes, which will be run in co-ordination with the Ghanaian Ministries. The programmes will provide an ideal opportunity for exhibitors to get to know the problems and needs of West Africa, and provide information on their products and services to a large number of visitors and seminar delegates, some of whom will be invited by the Ministries and local NGOs, and some by the exhibitors themselves.

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