Explore opportunities in the African utilities sector by attending Africa’s largest display of engineering technology and services
As a business leader, you are constantly exploring your environment for opportunities to expand your business, capitalise on developments and ensure you are always one step ahead of the competition.
For the last 12 years, African Utility Week has proudly supported the African utilities sector and facilitated many contracts that have helped develop the industry. With over 11,000m2 combined indoor and outdoor exhibition space in 2012, we continue to be the largest exhibition in the sector.
African Utility Week has a proven track record of assembling a genuinely pan-African audience of senior representatives from 80 different countries. We attract key stakeholders from generation, transmission and distribution to local and central government, regulators, financiers, project developers, water and waste utilities and large industrial users. Make sure you will be there to meet all of them. Register now…
The South African President, Jacob Zuma, announced a Massive infrastructure development drive under the oversight of the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission for the years 2012 and beyond.
The programme has identified a number of focus areas, and these include:
- Rail, road and water infrastructure development in Limpopo
- Mthatha Revitalisation Project which aims to improve water, sanitation, electricity, roads, etc
- Water, road, rail and electricity in the North West
- Build your contact database: It’s important to build your contact database. This can be the most valuable asset to any business.
- Opportunity for partnerships: Meeting like minded people not only inspires, but it creates an opportunity to build partnerships and joint venture opportunities, which can have an enormous impact on your business.
- Discover what is working for others: In the more relaxed environment of an event, people will often share ideas about strategies that are working, or more importantly provide feedback on strategies that haven’t worked. By speaking to and learning from others, you can leapfrog the bad strategies and implement the good ones.
- Qualify your prospects: Vendors participate in African Utility Week to put more qualified leads into their sales pipeline and accelerate deals with existing prospects!
- Broad market penetration: Since 1999, more than 80 countries have been represented at African Utility Week. Such broad market penetration gives our vendors access to every emerging market in Africa on an unprecedented scale.
The ability to deliver a unique insight into the entire African power, water and waste management sector is why thousands of buyers from over 60 countries attend African Utility Week every year. Make sure you’re one of them! Register now…
Register now for free to attend Africa’s largest power, water and waste management exhibition!
For the latest information on everything you’ll discover at African Utility Week 2012, just visit www.african-utility-week.com