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After several years of operating in one of the toughest economic markets, the building and construction industry has a renewed sense of optimism. Listed construction groups have been increasing their order books and have indicated an increase in overall industry activity.

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The Star Interbuild Africa and co-located shows – Glass Expo Africa, Woodpro Africa, Plumbdrain Africa and Frigair Workshop and Expo as well as two new shows, EcoAfribuild and Current Africa – constitute the biggest building and building services exhibition in Africa. The event, which takes place in August, will provide some much needed support to the local building industry by creating an enabling environment for business networking, product and equipment purchases and business development.  “The combined shows will provide extensive networking opportunities for local and international businesses to form potential synergies and partnerships,” says Gary Corin, managing director of exhibition organisers, Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery. “We are confident that the timing of the events in August will support exhibitors’ marketing efforts to increase sales and business opportunities.”