AIHS is an acronym of Africa International Housing Show(formerly Abuja international housing show)
The AIHS is organised by International Housing and construction show Ltd – A member of AUHF and owners of Housing Development Programme on Africa independent Television and Television Continental Housing Radio on Raypower Radio station 100.5fm , We Fm 106.5 fm and Housing tv Africa on you tube and owner of the largest housing news portal in Africa www.africahousingnews.com
AIHS is the promoter of Housing Development Advocacy Network – The leading housing advocacy organisation in Nigeria.
AIHS is the owner of affordable Housing Academy – where youths and practitioners are trained on affordable housing.
The AIHS holds for 6 days every year while the first 2days is for construction of booths including personalized booths and decoration of the venue
Everyone is welcome to attend the AIHS.
The attendance of the AIHS exhibition is free for all visitors
However, attendance of other sessions – CEOs Forum , B2B meetings , international housing finance conference are paid for or by invite.
The AIHS is made up of 8 sessions apart from side events.
Daily Business Dinners on Day one , Day Two , Day Three while the Day 4 is For AIHS gala night and awards presentation
The venue for the AIHS is the International Conference Center, Abuja, Nigeria.
- +25,000: Recorded Number of Visitors
• 400: Average number of Exhibitors
• 50: Number of International participants
• +16: Exhibitor categories
• 40: Local media presence
• 13: International Media presence
• 90%: Returning clients
• 100%: Positive feedback
Yes, there is adequate security provision from different arms of Nigeria’s security system as well as private security systems. There are many security gadgets from the entrance to every area within and around the venue.
The AIHS is a sponsored event. Corporations, Agencies, Housing Development Companies, NGOs, Banks , International organisations etc., are welcome to partner with the event as sponsors.
All companies and professional services related to the built industry are welcome to exhibit at the AIHS. These companies may include construction, Commercial banks, Mortgage banks , building materials, developers, furniture, fittings, appliances, baths and toilets, professional services, professional bodies, security, software, Home interiors etc.
Yes, each exhibition booth at the event is paid for. You can contact the office on +2348166570090 for more details.
Yes, International companies are welcome. The show hosts companies from USA, Britain, Turkey, UAE, Italy, Canada, Egypt China, India, South Africa etc., on an annual basis.
Paid presentations during conferences and sponsored conference days are other ways companies of all kinds can showcase their products or services to decision makers.
The AHA is the acronym for the Africa Housing Awards which is held on every year with the industruction of Affordable Hall of fame winners. This event is designed to award individuals and companies who have distinguished themselves in the year through their contributions to the development of Housing or housing related activities in Africa.
The AHA is strictly by invitation to the most distinguished companies and personalities.
The AIHS draws participants from all works of life and all income levels. In the past years, it has hosted top ranking local and international dignitaries such as public office holders including the Vice President, Senate presidents, Executive Governors ( over to 20 governors) Ministers for Works and Housing: Ministers from Ghana , South Africa ,Morocco, State Minister for Housing, and Commissioners for Housing from Nigerian states. It has played host to the Deputy Minister for Works and Housing, Ghana and its delegation. CEOs and executives from leading organizations such as the CBN, Africa Development Bank, World Bank, United Nations, IFC Building edge ,Center for Affordable Housing, Housing Development Companies etc.
They are Debra Erb, Managing Director of Housing Real Estate Projects Finance, DFC, USA and Prof. Marja C. Hoek-Smith Director of the International Housing Finance Program of the Wharton School of Real Estate USA.