The fall of the Gaddafi regime and the emergence of a new Libya has provoked intense interest in the country’s projects market as contractors, consultants and suppliers seek new opportunities in the region.
With the petrodollars with which to fund its considerable infrastructure requirements, Libya is now seen as a prime projects market with excellent potential that can offset the increasingly competitive contracting environment in the GCC.
Benefits of attending
- Gain insight on the latest developments in Libya and get a sneak preview of the outlook in Libya post-election
- Network with key decision makers in this valuable market, allowing you to build relationships and strategic alliances
- Find out about upcoming project prospects in the new Libya and identify profitable opportunities to accelerate your business growth
- Understand the financing options for your projects through candid feedback and risk assessment from international banks and credit risk agencies
- Be the first to gain the foothold in new Libya by identifying the rebuilding opportunities across the power & water, housing & construction, transportation and energy sectors
Who should attend
This event has been specifically designed for those responsible for business development in firms operating across the global projects supply chain who are looking at the Libyan market as a serious prospective business destination, including:
- Management Consultants
- Engineering Consultants
- Cost Consultants
- Material/Service Providers
- Analysts & Advisors
About the recently organised event in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
MEED’s Dubai based Libya Focus Day in May was very well attended with over 90 attendees representing a wide range of international companies interested in developing business opportunities in Libya’s energy and infrastructure sectors.
It gathered a very excellent line-up of speakers that includes representatives from National Transitional Council, National Oil Corporation, AECOM, HSBC Libya and Conoco Phillips amongst others.
To register, please call +971 (0)4 368 1643