Africa is expected to have the largest workforce in the world by 2040, which means it is essential for them to foster and sustain high economic growth while also improving the housing sector.
One of the most common issues the African markets are facing is a serious crunch of affordable homes which is in turn affecting the economy. However, policy makers and the Government are focusing on tackling the issue by trying to bridge the gap across the continent.
In one such attempt, the Affordable Housing Investment Summit, an initiative by GBB, is aimed at creating a fruitful dialogue among key stakeholders which provides a platform to exchange and promote ideas in affordable housing research, policy and practice and help guide Africa’s future approach to affordable housing sector.
Here’s a quick breakdown of why you must attend the AHIS Event:
1. Key Highlights of the Summit:
The Summit focuses on analysing the best practices in the housing projects across Africa to overcome the challenges in providing affordable housing while also addressing the 7 Key factors that Affect Affordability in Africa.
2. Be a Part of the Bigger Crew:
With over 200 plus delegates, the AHIS will host government representatives, project owners, solution providers, private equity funds, Investors, Financial Consultants, Developers REITs, who will be a part of the event. You don’t want to miss being at the event if you’re one of them.
3. Visionaries Leading the Advisory Board:
From the vision of executing the idea of affordable homes to addressing the challenges, exploring the opportunities and experiences in affordable housing provisions, an expert led panel of of advisory board that includes key industry thought leaders and speakers – will be a part of the summit.
Watch out for insightful keynote sessions by our advisory board:
Charles Mwaura Hinga, Principal Secretary, State Department for Housing, Urban Development, and Public Works
Claudio Acioly, Head – Capacity Building, Senior Housing Expert UN Habitat
Senator Sylvia Mueni Kasanga, Founder And Managing Director, Sycum Solutions Company Ltd
Seeta Shah, Investment Manager, Global Property Advice
5. Connect and Network
At AHIS, you will not only have extensive knowledge exchange, but also find endless opportunities to network, collaborate and build stronger business relationships. You’ll make connections that go well beyond the summit with exclusive B2B meetings between developers and investors that facilitates in compelling business opportunities.
Mark Your Calendar
AHIS will kick off on June 26 and end on June 27, 2019 at Radisson Blu, Nairobi , Kenya. You can register to participate at AHIS click the buttom below: