Big property show to be held at Expo – Gulf Today

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Jannat Gul Afridi speaks to the media in Dubai.
Inayat-ur-Rahman, Business Editor
The RJ Pakistan Property Show will attract a huge numbers of participants, exhibitors and developers, which would be held at Expo 2020 Dubai on Feb. 22, 2022.

This was recently announced by Jannat Group of companies, during a press conference at the world’s biggest floating restaurant in Jannat’s Dhow Cruise in Dubai.

A joint initiative of Jannat Group and RJ Greens Private Limited, the event saw dignitaries gracing the occasion at the glittering ceremony.

The event began with singing performance by a famous singer from Pakistan ,which was followed by Emcee taking to the stage and MoU signing between various partners.

Jannat Gul Afridi, CEO, Jannat Group told Gulf Today that the UAE is his  second home and a key investment destination for local and foreign investors.

He mentioned that Dubai is a business hub and safe haven for global investors, adding that the business activities in the City of Wonders is back on track due to the worst COVID-19 crisis.

 “We take pride to announce the launch of this project which is targeting towards the millions of Pakistani expat community based the gulf region.  

“We take pleasure to serve our brothers in GCC countries whose only aim is to build a decent home back home.”

“In order to attract more people to visit Expo, we are offering complimentary free tickets to  vast majority of the people, who want to visit the show.” Afridi added.

“All Pakistanis will have a access to this property show irrespective of their visa status.” “The event will have stalls, meeting and MoU signing between various top developers from the Gulf and Pakistan.”  Afridi concluded.

Jannat Group has been serving people in various fields for the last 25 years. The Jannat Group was founded 25 years ago in Dubai by Jannat Gul Afridi.

The pavilion is located in the ‘Opportunity District’ and has a total covered area of 35,000 Sqft. The inner journey of the Pavilion is set under the theme ‘Pakistan: The Hidden Treasure’ with an aim to enhance tourism, commerce and investment in Pakistan.

As part of its participation in the Expo 2020 Dubai, Pakistan’s Punjab provincial government has launched two new initiatives in the UAE to promote and facilitate investments and growth of start-ups.
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