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44th Yapı – Turkeybuild Istanbul Opens Its Doors at TÜYAP on March 23 – 26, 2022

Yapı – Turkeybuild Istanbul, the biggest international meeting point of the Turkish construction industry and region for 43 years, will be held at Tüyap Fair and Congress Center between 23-26 March 2022.

44th Yapı – Turkeybuild Istanbul Opens Its Doors at TÜYAP on March 23 – 26, 2022

Organizing fairs for the carrier sectors of the Turkish economy, Hyve Group brings together thousands of foreign investors and local business partners every year. Brands for building & construction, which is one of the most important sectors that Turkey exports its services to abroad, will meet at the 44th Construction Fair - Turkeybuild Istanbul between 23 - 26 March 2022. The fair to be held at TÜYAP Fair and Congress Center; It is the largest in the wide region covering the Balkans, Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries, the Middle East and North Africa, and is among the top 5 largest fairs of its sector in the world. While Yapı Fair will host exhibitors and visitors from all over the world for 4 days this year, it will also host the Turkey section of ZeroBuild Zero Energy Buildings Forum.

Turkey Section of ZeroBuild International Zero Energy Buildings Forum will be held at Yapı Turkeybuild Istanbul

The Turkey section of the forum to be held on the new generation "Zero Energy Buildings", which have very low energy needs for heating, cooling, lighting and other consumptions, and which provides this need entirely from renewable sources, will be held at Turkeybuild Istanbul, which will be held for the 44th time this year. . In this important forum where many leaders and innovators from all over the world come together in the transformation to Zero Energy Buildings; technology sessions, networking opportunities and focused presentations will discuss how to develop and transform the Zero Energy Building sector. Building owners, industry professionals and policy makers; They will share with forum participants how they use Zero Energy Buildings, how they improve results, how they minimize uncertainty and risk, how they gain more control, and how they increase their performance and well-being through these buildings.

1 Billion Euro Business Volume Captured at the Construction Fair -Turkeybuild Istanbul, Held in 2021

Last year, a business volume of 1 billion Euros was achieved between domestic exhibitors and foreign buyers at Yapı – Turkeybuild Istanbul, where more than 250 exhibitors from 9 countries took part. The fair, where the rate of visitors per participant increased by 54 percent compared to the previous year, opened its doors to 16,899 visitors, 17 percent of whom were foreigners. Within the scope of the VIP Overseas Buyer Delegation programs organized last year, as every year, at the fair; 218 purchasing professionals from 11 countries such as Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Cameroon, Georgia, Uganda, Nigeria, Pakistan, Lebanon, Sudan, Oman, Jordan, Azerbaijan and Kosovo were hosted. In addition to the commercial volume to be realized, the development areas of the building, construction and real estate sectors will be determined and what can be done to improve these areas will be discussed in detail by the opinion leader participants of the sector. It will also bring together the innovative ideas of the participating companies in the sector, integrated with today's technology, and their sustainable and environmentalist approaches.

Construction and Real Estate Sectors Maintain Their Stable Growth Performances

Looking at the economic figures and data obtained, the negative effects of the global COVID-19 epidemic in all markets and sectors began to decrease gradually with the easing of the pandemic conditions. According to the information obtained from the TURKSTAT reports, the construction sector, which contracted by 5.3 percent in the first half of 2020 due to the impact of the COVID-19 global epidemic, grew by 3.2 percent in the first half of 2021. The real estate sector, on the other hand, showed a stable growth performance in the second quarter of 2021 and achieved a growth of 3.7 percent. Construction expenditures, on the other hand, increased by 35.1% at current prices in the first half of 2021 compared to the first half of last year, and totaled 373 billion TL. In the first half of the year, house sales to foreigners increased by 43.7 percent and reached 20,488.

Construction Sector Will Continue to Grow with Construction Materials Industry Exports

In the first half of 2021, construction materials industry exports increased by 49.9 percent and reached 14.12 billion dollars. Construction materials imports increased by 34.4 percent in the first half of 2021 and reached $4.26 billion. Industrial production of construction materials grew by 32.1 percent in the first half of 2021.

“Many of our exhibitors booked their places for this year's fair before the fair ended last year.”

Hyve Group Regional Director Kemal Ülgen said, “We expect great activity and a high momentum in both the foreign and domestic markets at the 44th Construction Fair-Turkeybuild Istanbul, which we will organize in the field of construction, one of the most competitive sectors in Turkey, with the effects of the pandemic diminishing. Most of our exhibitors had reserved their places for this year's fair before the fair ended last year. The new normal is causing people all over the world to spend more time at home. . People are trying to make their living spaces more comfortable. There is a similar situation in our country. However, in addition to this situation, the re-activation of the urban transformation attack due to earthquake risk in Turkey will also initiate a serious rise in terms of the construction sector. Expressing that the fairs have a vital responsibility in overcoming the economic stagnation in the world due to the pandemic, Ülgen stated that even if the effects of the epidemic decrease, they will host their guests by taking all necessary health measures, and that they will have a much larger participation compared to previous years, with remote access methods.

 

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