SAIF Zone will participate in MENA’s The Big 5 show to attract investors

By Arya M Nair, Official Reporter
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The Sharjah Airport International Free Zone Authority (SAIF Zone) has said that it is going to participate in The Big Five, the Middle East and North Africa’s (MENA) largest building and construction show, which will take place from September 12-15 at the Dubai World Trade Center.

The SAIF Zone has become one of the region’s most important free zones by providing useful services to investors. This includes giving distinct benefits to attract foreign investment and providing the added value that investors seek.

The Authority will discuss its countless investment opportunities in the show for example exclusive deals on business offices, and a single-window operation to improve performance efficiency. In addition, the Zone will demonstrate its integrated services package for the construction industry, which includes high-quality infrastructure and modern multi-purpose warehouses, as well as a range of land plots starting from 2,500 square meters.

Saud Salim Al Mazrouei
Saud Salim Al Mazrouei
Director – SAIF Zone

“Our participation in the Big 5, the largest and most influential event in the construction field, reflects our marketing strategy in order to penetrate the major international markets. The Big Five is an important platform for us to introduce the local and international business community to the opportunities available in SAIF Zone, which emerges today as a perfect investment environment and a major driver for attracting capital.”

Mr. Al Mazrouei noted that the Big 5 this year will be crucial in accelerating the economic recovery in the post COVID-19 era. In 2020, The Big 5 had awarded contracts worth $163 billion in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) despite the pandemic impact and another $1.9 billion worth of projects are currently being executed in the region.

The Big Five aims to display the latest building products and solutions from all over the world with over 1200 exhibitors from 50 nations to accelerate market growth following the significant changes caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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