API Events welcomes media to attend and report on the API Summit and the compelling story of African Property Investment.
All media wanting an invitation to attend the API Summit should please contact Anne Lovell: [email protected].
For more information and to arrange interviews, contact Anne Lovell: [email protected], +27117830700.
We believe that the media is an integral part of the API story – because the conversation around property investment is a conversation about citizens and consumers too. As such, we welcome journalists, media organizations, bloggers and content creators to join us as partners, and to attend our summit. We provide open access to cutting edge, hot off the press discussions and provide unmatched access to some of the biggest decision makers in the region. For partnership opportunities please contact [email protected]
Johannesburg, June 18, 2019.The Africa Property Investment (API) Summit, now in its tenth year and, regarded as the continent’s leading real estate investment and development gathering will showcase how the investment case across the continent’s-built environment markets has matured over the past decade. In recognition of these developments, the Summit’s organising committee has released its high-level white paper
The Africa Property Investment (API) Summit has been exploring and enhancing the African property landscape for the last decade, with their 10th consecutive conference kicking off on Wednesday, 2nd October and ending on Thursday,3rd October 2019 at the Sandton Convention Centre.
As Central and Eastern Europe become increasingly popular for South Africa’s property sector due to subdued growth potential and earnings locally, should these funds not be investing closer to home?
20 August 2019. Kat talks to Niyi Adeleye, head of property finance for the African region at Standard Bank.
06 September 2019. he 10th annual African Property Investment (API) Summit and its organiser API Events, a pan-African business operating across the continent, strongly condemns the vicious and criminal attacks on African expatriates and businesses operating in South Africa.