Oman Construction Summit

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26 Jan 2014
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Oxford Business Group is pleased to announce its media partnership with Oman Construction Summit which will be held on 26 – 29 January, in Oman. In this respect we send you the following message from the conference organisers:

Dear Oxford Business Group Subscribers,

Following the success of Oman Construction Summit, IQPC and GEC are pleased to announce that the Oman Construction Summit 2014 will take place at the Grand Hyatt Muscat, Oman from 26 - 29 January 2014.

For more information:
http://www.omanconstructionsummit.com/

With over 300 attendees throughout the 4 days, a strong line-up of over 40 speakers consisting of government officials and industry professionals and with the participation of leading international companies, the Oman Construction Summit is the only high-profile summit dedicated to major construction projects and investment opportunities in the Sultanate.

His Excellency Mohsen bin Mohammed bin Ali al Shaikh, Chairman of Muscat Municipality will be the chief guest and will open the conference and exhibition.

Some of speakers are:

  • Ahmed Bin Saleh Al Jahdhami
    Chief Executive Officer
    Oman Power and Water Procurement Company (OPWP)
  • H.E. Salim Al Aufi
    Chief Executive Officer
    Public Authority of Civil Aviation
  • Sheikh Ibrahim Al Hosni
    Deputy Chief Executive Officer
    Duqm Development Company
  • Mohammed Al Habsi
    Advisor
    Shura Council
  • Zayed Mohrammi
    Director General for Harbour
    Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries
  • H.E. Mohammed Al Ardhi
    Chairman, Sundus Investments Projects and Vice Chairman
    National Bank of Oman

The 2014 edition will provide unique opportunities for public and private entities to meet and discuss business opportunities, emerging trends and industry regulation in addition to construction projects within the Sultanate. With the support and participation of Omani authorities and international industry experts, the Oman Construction Summit 2014 will highlight investment opportunities within the construction industry and analyze the country’s business environment, regulation and incentives.

International experts will be invited to share their expertise and best practices in designing, building and supervising sustainable and cost-efficient construction projects. Public and private entities operating in Oman will also have the opportunity to meet with and understand potential investors’ requirements when looking at both investing and operating in the Omani market.

This high-profile event aims to strengthen the business relationships between the public and private sector entities that are playing an active role in the development of the country’s infrastructure and economy.

For more information:
http://www.omanconstructionsummit.com/