With this being the first event, the Carib Build & Real Estate Show aims to become the definitive annual meeting place of building, construction and real estate professionals. This exhibition will give all industry stakeholders a chance to identify new opportunities in the regional construction and building industry. It allows valuable networking with key private and public decision makers, it unveils the latest trends and innovations globally as well as locally and even give participants the chance to promote their brand and sell their products, services and housing solutions to a large, targeted pool of visitors.
The Carib Build & Real Estate Show is a three-day trade event with thematic pavilions dedicated to building & construction and the real estate industry. In program: corporate workshops with a platform exhibitors to explain their products & services in greater depth; a B to B meeting area allowing you to set up your important meetings before the event starts; Thematic Workshops to allow knowledge sharing and up to date industry information.
Workshops will headline topics such as “How to finance and implement infrastructure projects in the Caribbean region” and “Strategies for satisfying the demand for social housing in the Caribbean” to really delve into the more underlying themes of transforming this region’s economy.
Bringing construction, real estate and décor into focus around the Caribbean region.
Caribbean destination tourism is rising at a rate of 4.7% a year, the fastest growing region in the world. Such an increase in tourism is driving investment in housing and infrastructure with hotels, resorts and transport projects dominating the regional pipeline as retail real estate is offering many new possibilities to industry brands and developers.
Although the entire region is buzzing, specific islands are especially benefiting from such additional construction and civil engineering work. This includes Barbados, the Bahamas, St Lucia, the Cayman Islands and Trinidad and Tobago. Barbados will soon see a Plasma Gasification Waste to Energy Plant costing $240 million USD as well as the reconstruction of the Casuarina Beach Hotel to the value of $100 million. Antigua and Barbuda will be getting a new terminal at V.C Bird International Airport and even enjoy a new $740 million USD development with two five star hotels on Guiana Island that consists of 1300 residential units, casino, golf course, conference centre and a marina.
There is no doubt that the Caribbean hosts endless opportunities for investment and the Carib Build & Real Estate Show will be on the forefront of showcasing these.