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Thu, 14 Nov 2019 15:55 - Updated Thu, 14 Nov 2019 15:55

Projekta - 2019 tickets cost 1000 kwanzas

Luanda - At least 1000 kwanzas is the amount that each person must pay to visit the stands of the 16th Edition Construction fair, Projekta / 2019, which running as from 13 to 16 November , in Luanda, Luanda / Bengo Special Economic Zone.

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Detail of Projekta

Photo: Gaspar dos Santos

The event, which takes place in a space of 28.000 meters, despite having a low turnout on the first day, awaits more than 15.000 visitors and people interested in knowing what exists in the country in the Construction, Public Works, Urbanism, Architecture, Real Estate and Decoration.

The fair, which takes place at the same time as the Angola Real Estate Fair (SIA), called Projekta and SIA / 2019, is held under the motto “Designing the Future, Building the Present”, with over 100 exhibitors.

Projekta is currently hosting a training on real estate marketing techniques, to be led by Vascos Reis from Portugal.

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