Encouraging private investment into Kuwait’s
new housing cities

Kuwait is undergoing a transformation as it begins to develop its reputation as a world class leader in the global financial and knowledge economies.

With the population of Kuwait ever increasing, more housing is needed to house the workforce powering Kuwait’s emerging financial markets. 100,000 Kuwaiti’s are already awaiting housing from the Public Authority of Housing Welfare and the government is now calling on the private sector to help deliver the key social infrastructure required to transform Kuwait into a prosperous post-oil economy.

With this in mind, The Housing and Social Infrastructure Kuwait Conference will bring together government representatives, private investors, fund managers, real estate developers and construction companies to discuss best practice financial models, risk management practices, construction models and design strategies for the development of Kuwait’s 5 new housing cities.

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Why attend?

  • Understand the opportunities for investment in Kuwait’s five new ‘housing cities’
  • Hear best practice smart city case studies from the world’s leading ‘smart’ nations
  • Learn how Kuwait is developing its financial economy and how this is impacting upon residential development
  • Find out about Kuwait’s new pro-investment FDI laws
  • Understand how to apply new energy conservation codes to Kuwait’s future social infrastructure

Who should attend?

  • Real estate developers
  • Private investors
  • Private Equity Firms
  • Consultants
  • Contractors