Real Estate Leaders to Convene at API Mauritius & Indian Ocean Property Forum

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THE API MAURITIUS & INDIAN OCEAN PROPERTY FORUM WILL BE A LANDMARK EVENT, ATTRACTING KEY INDUSTRY PLAYERS TO MAURITIUS. THE FORUM WILL SHOWCASE MAURITIUS’S POTENTIAL AS A PRIME REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT DESTINATION.

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The 2nd annual API Mauritius & Indian Ocean Property Forum will take place on June 13, 2024, at the InterContinental Hotel & Resort. Located 15km from both Port Louis and Grand Baie in Mauritius, this event promises to be a landmark in the real estate sector. It highlights Mauritius’s rising status as a prime destination for real estate investment and corporate expansion.

Mauritius: A Growing Hub for Real Estate Investment

Mauritius, with its favorable business environment, safety, strategic location, and growing economy, is poised to attract more foreign direct investment. The forum will showcase opportunities for buyers and developers, emphasizing Mauritius’s potential as a business hub for Africa and the region. This unique event brings together local and international stakeholders, offering a platform to connect with key players in the industry.

The forum features a well-structured schedule, diverse sessions, and high-profile speakers. Attendees can expect valuable insights and networking opportunities. Murray Anderson-Ogle, GM of marketing and commercial at API Events, highlighted the forum’s ease of access and abundance of opportunities in residential, hospitality, and commercial property. The theme “Building the Future – Leading Tomorrow’s Africa” aims to share insights into Africa’s growing business hub.

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Prominent Sponsors and Their Contributions

JLL, a returning sponsor, is the largest global real estate advisor present in Africa. They have been active in Mauritius for over a decade, advising on various asset classes. Wayne Godwin, Co-CEO of JLL Africa, remarked on the success of the inaugural event in 2023 and expects 2024 to build on this momentum. Mauritius’s strong economic fundamentals position it well for recovery through 2024, making it an attractive destination for investors.

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Bloomage, another key sponsor, manages a diversified portfolio of prime properties in Mauritius, valued at MUR 6 billion. Robin Hardin, CEO of Bloomage Property Fund, emphasized their commitment to positively contributing to the country’s economy through real estate. Their collaboration with API Mauritius reinforces their role as a reliable partner in the local and regional property market.

Strategic Partnerships and Industry Support

Landscope Mauritius, a repeat sponsor, supports sustainable and cutting-edge real estate development in the country. Sandee Teeroovengadum, Head of Marketing & Communication, stated that API Mauritius aligns with their goals and provides a platform to connect international and local professionals.

Medine Property, part of the historic Medine Group, has been involved in country’s growth since 1911. Joel Bruneau, Managing Director of Medine Property, praised the forum for its international exposure and connections with industry leaders. Medine’s support aligns with their goal to create world-class residential and commercial offerings, contributing to Mauritius’s sustainable progress.

Continued Sponsorship and Industry Engagement

HTI Consulting, also a second-time sponsor, brings 20 years of experience in brokerage, asset management, and financial analysis. Wayne Troughton, CEO of HTI Consulting, noted the significant opportunities the inaugural forum provided for networking and engaging with leaders in the property and hospitality sectors.

The API Mauritius & Indian Ocean Property Forum offers extensive opportunities in residential, hospitality, and commercial property management. It is easy to attend and coincides with one of the best months to visit Mauritius, making it an attractive event for industry professionals.

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