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SDEC is Now Under the Auspices of the Ministry of Environment

Sustainable Developments Exhibition & Conference brings global industry leaders together to deliver sustainable developments for future generations.
ROOT Technologies | 05.04.2016
Sustainable Developments Exhibition & Conference (SDEC) 2016 in Cairo is the region’s leading sustainable developments event that concludes today. The event is now under the auspices of the Ministry of Environment of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

SDEC brings together global industry leaders to the regions premier gathering place for those looking to deploy sustainable developments.

Ahmed Issa, CEO, ROOT Technologies commented by saying, “We are very pleased that SDEC is now under the auspices of the Ministry of Environment of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

SDEC is a gathering of those committed to achieve a green sustainable future. Sustainable Developments is one of the biggest growth areas impacting the region today and we’re seeing global players using SDEC as their preferred channel to successfully penetrate the MEA market.

It is the ideal platform for those looking to gain insight, as well as network with the most influential people.”

The exhibition and conference is bringing together senior level decision makers and participants to discuss and showcase the latest sustainable solutions, products and best practices on managing, designing and building sustainable developments. SDEC is an opportunity to engage with industry leaders shaping the Region and Egypt sustainability movement and next wave of growth.

SDEC is backed by governmental bodies, associations and industry leaders such as ECG (Engineering Consultants Group), BASF, ABB, Digital Com, Wilo, EC Engineering, RTC Consult, HAZ Metal Deutschland GmbH and Elite Environment Energy to name a few.

SDEC brings together the most influential real estate investors, developers, city planners, consultants,technology providers, architects, designers, governmental authorities as well as contractors and building material providers.