9-11 July 2024



Africa Build Show (ABS) taking place in the bustling Morocco capital Casablanca, will serve as an ideal B2B platform for construction material and equipment manufacturers and suppliers, to meet thousands of fellow professionals, contractors, property developers, architects, importers, and government officials from Morocco and it’s neighboring countries and the region. 

With an economy that is growing at twice the pace of the global average for developing countries, Africa Build Show-Morocco gives you an opportunity to tap into North Africa’s vibrant multibillion-dollar construction market. 

Both Exhibitors and Visitors at Africa Build Show will get 3 full days to network and discuss partnership agreements, sign agency and distributorship contracts and develop new market strategies and cooperation procedures. An extensive marketing campaign designed to reach out to construction industry professionals across Morocco and its neighboring countries, will be implemented in order to maximize trade visitor numbers and origin.


Morocco’s construction industry is expected to grow by 2.5% in real terms in 2023, following an estimated marginal growth of 0.5% in 2022. The pace of growth is expected an annual average of 3.7% from 2024 to 2027. The main drivers of growth will be investment in the infrastructure, industrial and energy sector, supported by inward foreign direct investment (FDI). According to Office des Changes, Morocco’s Exchange Office, net FDI flow in the country increased to MAD20.1 billion (1.93 billion) in January-September 2022, compared to MAD19.4 billion (1.86 billion) net FDI flow in 2021 overall. 

In addition, the Moroccan Government has launched many sector-based infrastructure plans, including the 2040 Rail Strategy, the 2030 National Port Strategy, and the Noor Ouarzazate solar plan. These plans are supported by their equivalent sector-based, state-owned enterprises, and the government expects these entities to help Morocco deliver more targeted infrastructure spending over the coming years.

THE VENUEOffice des Changes is a multi-purpose venue for exhibitions, trade conferences and events situated in Casablanca, that is known as the white city, and the largest city in North Africa and is the economic and financial capital of Morocco. With a population of more than 4 million inhabitants, Casablanca is undoubtedly the biggest economic contributor in terms of household final consumption and of value creation. In fact, it stands out with its business center, its port and its university center which happen to be the most important ones in the Kingdom. Casablanca is also a go-to destination for business and leisure tourism thanks to its developed urban planning, its coastal climate and its strategic location, one must admit that it has the golden touch.