Trade Fairs International plans to launch the Intelli-Cities exhibition on 1 December in the same period of Cairo ICT exhibition with the participation of a number of well-known and reputable real estate developers and government agencies.
Osama Kamal, managing director of Trade Fairs International, told Daily News Egypt that the exhibition is seeking to include the Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD) Company for its first time exhibition participation.
Kamal noted that the coming edition of the exhibition will focus on bringing smart integrated urban communities, new thinking and raising awareness among citizens about the importance of the availability of integrated services in real estate products in the market. This is accompanied by the goal of ending traditional thinking in building new residential communities.
The Managing Director of Trade Fairs International expected the participation of 15 real estate developers compared to about 10 developers in 2018, as well as the participation of New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA), in addition to technology companies specialised in supporting the provision of integrated services for residential projects.
The exhibition will be held on an area of 7,000 sqm within the Cairo ICT exhibition in Egypt’s International Exhibition Center (EIEC), he elaborated. The exhibition will focus on establishing the idea of implementing a modern technological structure in the development of new urban communities as the cornerstone of modern smart cities, as well as meeting the needs of customers in providing the best integrated services.
Moreover, the Intelli-Cities exhibition offers developers several advantages: self-branding, acquiring data on customers’ needs as pertaining to smart homes and cities, as well as benefiting from Cairo’s ICT exhibition visitors which are estimated at 100,000.