Abu Dhabi - Citizenship Expo: september 30-october 01 By Arun Bose Associate Director
Abu Dhabi, June 20, 2021
The 7th edition of the Citizenship expo
a leading investment platform and the only real estate and immigration event in Abu Dhabi that targets investors and High Net Worth Individuals is all set to take place at the Abu Dhabi Conrad Etihad Towers from September 30 to October 1st , 2021 Live in Person.
The expo organized by Dome Exhibitions with the two days event is expected to bring regional and international authorised citizenship by investment agencies ,government bodies real estate investors, brokers, and developers from the Middle East, Europe, and Asia Pacific under one roof.
The Expo showcase their wide spectrum of property developments alongside an array of immense investment options, consultation and financing opportunities to the expat community of UAE looking for immigration to prospective countries for an improved lifestyle In conjunction with the expo, the Business to consumer platform will be a host of major panel conferences highlighting the global real estate market and citizenship by investment to more than 20 countries.
Renowned experts and academicians, seasoned practitioners and investors, representatives of government bodies and legal entities, and consultants are some of the expected participants who will share their insights and experiences during the gathering. The attendees will specifically underscore various modern investment strategies, prevailing relevant laws and regulations, and the impact of the latest investment trends and developments at the national and global levels.
In addition, the conference will look into attracting foreign direct investments (FDIs) through confidence building initiatives designed to produce concrete outcomes and achieve higher investment inflows. Citizenship Expo is taking place as the much-awaited Expo 2020 Dubai draws nearer. Expo 2020 has boosted the economic activities in Dubai and the UAE, further driving key local industries such as the real estate sector in the second quarter of 2021 even though it was slightly hit by the pandemic in 2020.
After the country won the right to host Expo 2020, local property developments have expanded exponentially in anticipation of the arrival of millions of international visitors and participants. The industry is also expected to sustain its upward trajectory post-Expo 2020. Outlook on the real estate segment has also remained upbeat thanks to last year’s approval by the UAE Cabinet of a new system concerning the issuance of long-term residence visas. The move is seen to further attract more foreign investors to the country, which will further fuel the growth of the property industry.
Arun Bose, Project head Dome said: “We are bringing the 7th edition to new heights by hosting the international exhibition and conference highlighting the steadily improving and growing real estate in citizenship by investments sector to prospective clients including the expat and local investors from Abu Dhabi and the UAE
These conferences and events will feature top global experts who will give an expert advice as they answer all issues and concerns of visitors from different parts of the world.