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SCCI to host 5th edition of ‘Acres’ exhibition

Sharjah / WAM

The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), the Sharjah Real Estate Registration Department and the Real Estate Sector Business Group in Sharjah have announced the details of the 5th edition of the Acres 2018 real estate exhibition, which is being held under the patronage of HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah.
The exhibition, organised by the Real Estate Sector Business Group, which falls under the umbrella of the SCCI, will be held at the Expo Centre
Sharjah from March 21-23.
The Acres exhibition, one of the most prominent events in the real estate industry, attracts and encourages developers and investors to take advantage of the boom in the real estate market and to learn about the latest developments in the UAE, Gulf and the Middle East real estate markets. It also provides an opportunity to meet with investors closely.
Mohammed Ahmed Amin, Assistant Director-General for the Communication and Business Sector at the SCCI, said that the organisation of Acres for the 5th consecutive year stems from the chamber’s keenness to promote real estate projects and investment opportunities available in Sharjah. He added that the
real estate sector is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the UAE, with an estimated value of more than AED918 billion.

Acres is one of the initiatives of the Real Estate Sector Business Group at the Sharjah Chamber. The business group’s objectives include activating communication with the private sector, identifying the real estate sector’s challenges and opportunities and the means of dealing with them, seeking to improve the performance of the real estate market by launching effective and specific work programmes, launching initiatives that support the business of the private sector and enhance its role in the economic community, and encouraging investments and working to inform investors of the available opportunities.

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