The Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, Welcomes the World to New York Build Next Week

The Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, Welcomes the World to New York Build Next Week

Andrew Cuomo the Governor of New York has given his support of the New York Build show organised by Oliver Kinross and welcomes the world to the Javits Center next week.

 

Cuomo says: "New York is currently undergoing one of the biggest construction booms in the world, due to a return to economic growth, a rocketing residential market, and may extensive infrastructure undertakings. New York Build is a leading design and construction expo focused on projects across New York City".

New York Build takes place at the Javits Center on March 15th & 16th. To book your free ticket please visit: www.newyorkbuildexpo.com

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Oliver Kinross is Recruiting

Oliver Kinross is Recruiting

Only an event organiser knows the buzz of working long hours on a big event, the sleepless nights not knowing if it will all come together on the day, and then the amazing satisfaction afterwards when it goes well. This photo is some of our team outside the Olympia London after hosting a fantastic international construction show recently! We're now working hard on taking this show global to NY, Sydney, New Zealand and Africa. Oliver Kinross is recruiting in our London and Hong Kong offices. Please get in touch if you would like to be part of our growing team and want to feel the buzz of working in the events industry.

New Zealand's economy to continue to perform well in 2017

New Zealand's economy to continue to perform well in 2017

As the global economy continues to achieve sluggish growth, New Zealand is expected to continue to perform well in 2017. Standard and Poor's affirmed New Zealand's AA foreign currency and AA+ local currency sovereign credit rating with a stable outlook, saying the economy's solid growth looks set to continue and the Crown's fiscal management remains prudent. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand cut interest rates repeatedly in 2016 to support inflation and economic growth. The New Zealand economy has seen impressive growth over the past year.

As New Zealand's economy shows strong growth, Building and Construction Minister Nick Smith said the figures showed building activity was at a record high, topping 19 billion NZ dollars (13.69 billion USD) for 2016 after five straight years of strong growth.

"This is the longest and strongest growth phase in building activity in New Zealand history. It involves record levels of investment in homes, commercial buildings and infrastructure,"

Smith said.

Oliver Kinross launches Future Africa Summit in Europe

Oliver Kinross launches Future Africa Summit in Europe

Oliver Kinross has a proud track record of running successful African business events around the world.

As part of its expanding African event portfolio, Oliver Kinross has identified the need for an international event for Africa’s high growth ICT industry. During the coming years Africa is forecast to invest billions in telecommunications, broadband, data centres, IT, fibre optics and other ICT related fields. In an increasingly globalised marketplace, many ICT projects and investments in Africa involve international partners, investors or suppliers.

Oliver Kinross is delighted to announce the launch of the world’s first-ever international ICT Summit for Africa taking place in London in September 2017. The Future Africa Summit will bring to Europe hundreds of hosted-buyers and ICT professionals from industry and government across Africa for two-days of high-level discussion, networking and business development opportunities with their European and international peers. Working alongside established event partners in Africa, the Future Africa Summit aims to be a leading annual event for Africa’s booming ICT industry.