Media Center

Why Partner with us

We believe that the media is an integral part of the EAPI story – because the conversation around property investment is a conversation about citizens and consumers too. As such, we welcome journalists, media organizations, bloggers and content creators to join us as partners, and to attend our summit. We provide open access to cutting edge, hot off the press discussions and provide unmatched access to some of the biggest decision makers in the region.

Media Partners

EAPI in the news


Retail in East Africa

East Africa’s appeal to international retailers appears to have increased as the fast growing, middle class consumer fuels a demand for convenience, variety and competitive pricing. While this does present a wide range of opportunities…

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Pension Funding

Stock market declines push pension funds into rapid real estate build up Kenyan and African pension funds are shifting assets at an accelerating rate from the continent’s stock markets into real estate investments, where returns…

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Student Accomodation

Kenyan universities forecast to add accommodation for 0.5m students in next five years Kenya’s universities are set to build accommodation for more than half a million students in the next five years, driven by public-private partnerships.…

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Standard Bank Corporate and Investment Banking

During this session, our experts will explore the various funding solutions available within the real estate sector and how these can benefit developers and investors, in the uncertain markets expected over the next economic cycle…

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East Africa Times

Real estate financing options, the East African REIT model- including insight on both the I-REIT and D-REIT, the East African projects making headlines, the transformation of industrial property in East Africa, and the affordable housing challenge…

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KBC Channel 1

This year’s summit will discuss real estate opportunities and its future potential as East Africa emerges as the fastest growing region on the continent…

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NAM News Network

More than 300 delegates have already registered to attend the 2016 summit…

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BizNews Kenya

The annual event will once again feature the leading real estate development and investment companies from 16 Countries, including representation from all country members of the East African Community…

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The Star, Kenya

Speaking at the opening session of the East Africa Property Investment Summit in Nairobi yesterday, managing director of Africa Economics David Ndii said that while the property market has registered impressive growth, uptake of its products was being hampered by constrained growth in other sectors…

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The demand for retail space in these towns is being driven by the mass population and farming activities that provide ready resources for expanding companies…

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Nairobi has lost out in the list of top 100 global shopping destinations because of few local brands in retail stores, a property investment forum heard yesterday…

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How We Made It In Africa

Speaking at the East Africa Property Investment Summit (EAPI) in Nairobi, Ramamurthy told delegates Nakumatt is focusing on 10% of the retail market in East Africa…

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By 2030 Africa’s top 18 cities will have a total spending power of US$1.3tr, according to estimates from global consulting firm McKinsey & Company…

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The East African

Capital markets regulators in East Africa are seeking to harmonise regulations governing the operations of real estate investment trusts (Reits). This is expected to boost investment in the property sector and realise the dream of a common securities exchange…

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Daily Nation

While Kenya has been described as one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, it is important to recognise that Tanzania and Rwanda are growing at an equal pace…

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Media Enquiries

To enquire about having a journalist attend EAPI, or to partner with us for the summit, please email Binwe Adebayo at binwe@apievents.com