Bahrain Marina development company, the Bahrain-based developer of the anticipated Bahrain Marina project in Manama, announced that it has inked a Diamond Sponsorship contract for the upcoming Gulf Property Show 2019.
Considered as the leading real estate expo in Bahrain, Gulf Property Show 2019 will take place over the course of three days from the 23rd till the 25th of next April at Bahrain International Exhibition Centre. The event will be held under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
In his comment on the announced sponsorship, Yazan Haddad, CEO of Bahrain Marina development company assured that Gulf Property Show offers the company a lucrative opportunity to showcase their renowned project to their target segment of homebuyers and investors. Haddad added that the first phase of Bahrain Marina will be finished by the year 2021.
On the other hand, Jubran Abdulrahman, the managing director of Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions, the organizer of the event said that Bahrain Marina’s participation in Gulf Property Show 2019 will be a significant addition to the value offered to the event’s visitors and will help achieve the event’s goal to encourage investing in Bahrain’s real estate.
Many other major real estate companies in Bahrain have announced their support for Gulf Property Show 2019 recently. This included Diyar Al Muharraq company, the developer of Diyar Al Muharraq’s man-made islands which has renewed its strategic sponsorship for the event to showcase Al Naseem and Al Bareh projects through its platform, and Bahrain Real Estate Investment Company (Edamah), which similarly announced its strategic sponsorship for the exhibition as well.
In addition to that, the event will be supported by the major real estate governmental organizations including Real Estate Regulatory Authority of Bahrain (RERA Bahrain), Survey and Land Registeration Bureau, and Bahrain Property Developers Association (BaPDA).
It is worth mentioning that the showcased projects in latest edition of Gulf Property Show, which was held last November, have had a total value that exceeded the $2bn mark.