H.E. Shaikh Khalid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa
Deputy Prime Minister – Kingdom of Bahrain

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Tenth Bahrain International Property Exhibition and Forum, BIPEX 2017, held under the patronage of H.E Shaikh Khalid Bin Abdulla Al Khalifa, Deputy Prime Minister, Kingdom of Bahrain.

As Bahrain’s leading property exhibition, BIPEX holds a significant spot in the Kingdom’s real estate industry calendar of events. Being a professionally organized non-profit event, it serves as a bellwether for the industry, offers a platform to its current happenings and directions it is heading to, and promotes the region’s major infrastructures and real estate properties.

BIPEX is the perfect stage for investors, builders and buyers to discuss the difficulties facing the industry. It also provides analysis that result in timely solutions and suggestions for a more profitable future. At the same time, developers get a golden opportunity to weigh the demand and provide finance, legal norms, taxation and returns on investment information to buyers.

Over the past decade, BIPEX has been growing significantly and has consolidated its reputation as a key international property exhibition. By attracting both established and emerging real estate companies as exhibitors and participants, it draws a range of industry specialists and analysts to contribute to its deliberations through a free flow of information and ideas. Therefore, BIPEX 2017 is expected to maintain this enviable record despite the region and world economy’s slow emergence from the oil prices downturn.

The return of the event in 2015 was representative of the robust state of the real estate market in Bahrain. BIPEX provided to developers an opportunity to engage with investors, builders, buyers, financiers and the public, in addition to showcasing their own success stories.

In 2016, BIPEX highlighted real estate assets worth US$60 billion, as compared with the figure of US$52 billion in its previous edition.

The 2016 show attracted 8000 plus unique registered visitors over three days, 24% of which were from outside Bahrain, including significant B2B traffic.