Why should you be part of the Kenya Homes Expo Event Sponsors in 2018?

No other industry event in Kenya commands an exhibitor profile of over 250 brands and companies under one roof like the Kenya Homes Expo.

We provide unmatched value to our exhibitors by ensuring over 40,000 interested visitors patronise the event. Every year the numbers visitors get bigger and the exhibitors get more creative and increase in number. This year we aim to outdo all other expos so it is the best time to consider being a sponsor for the 27th Kenya homes expo

Brand Visibility (Marketing)

Kenya homes Expo has an excess of over 40,000 visitors to the event as well as millions reached through our various channels of marketing and advertising. All this comes together from our skilled marketing team that ensures maximum customer engagement.


The Expo takes full advantage of television advertising from the top leading stations in Kenya namely NTV and Citizen TV. They have a viewership of over 3,000,000.


At the 26th Kenya homes Expo we had live coverage from Capital FM on the ground covering all the activates going on as well as highlighting the sponsors of the expo. This is sent out to its over 20 million listeners
Classic Fm is also another platform that we take full advantage of with there morning announcements. They have a very large audience base that is professionals, homeowners, home buyers and investors and bankers.


Kenya Homes expo has invested substantially to have our billboards placed in the prime area for maximum exposure in Nairobi. We can boast having our billboards placed in Kilimani, Lavington, and Langata road just to name a few.


Every week Kenya homes Expo advertises the Expo in the most distributed newspaper in the Country, Daily Nation. We ensure considerable coverage that showcases the upcoming event as well as the sponsors of the event.

Websites: Kenya homes expo

We have a responsive website that allows for amazing user experience on any device, this combined with our Exceptional SEO ensures that traffic to our website and google ranking is always high. We have a well-branded website that is always updated to the latest trends and technologies to give us the competitive advantage

Social Media.

Kenya Himes Expo takes full advantage of our social platforms that is Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn. Our content is engaging and relevant that guarantees continue engagement with thousands of users across all platforms.

Newsletters email numbers.

Our email campaigns are one of our key strategies. We have an extensive and inclusive subscriber list to our newsletter who are always looking to get more information from us about our exhibitors and sponsors

Magazine Homes Kenya

Every sponsor of the Kenya homes Expo is given extensive exposure in the Homes Kenya Magazine. This issue is distributed digitally to millions of our readers as well as physical publications that can be found in all the leading supermarkets.

KICC platforms-Events Page

We hold The Kenya Homes Expo at the KICC every year. The area is amazing in terms of location and facilities. Its added advantage is that our event is highlighted on the KICC Events page which is country-wide to all people and businesses.

This Octobers Expo is focused on #HomesWithinReach but our goal is to reach even further. The 27th Kenya Homes Expo will be our biggest expo yet and if there was a time to become a sponsor it is now!!

Gatina Primary School In Kawangware Gets A Facelift From The Kenya Homes Expo

Gatina Primary School, the largest public primary school in Dagoretti North Constituency recently got a facelift when the Kenya Homes Expo in partnership with the Kenyatta International Convention Centre, refurbished classrooms as part of their corporate social responsibility efforts.

The primary school, which is funded by the Constituency Development Fund (CDF), educates children from Kawangware and Kangemi areas which are largely informal settlement areas.  The Kenya Homes Expo, which is organized by HomesKenya Limited, partnered with the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), to renovate and refurbish the primary school which had debilitated classrooms that didn’t provide a conducive environment for the children to learn.

The two corporates embarked on a CSR initiative that would impact the operations of the entities, their partnerships, the wider real estate industry and more so the community. While handing over the refurbished classrooms to the School Principal, Mr. Wallace Gitau, Ms. Maureen Ojijo acknowledged that this was a great initiative indeed. She posed the question, “who better to help than children? To see the gratification on the children’s faces is truly fulfilling, we are changing the lives of children one classroom at a time”.  She continued to add that “Real Estate events and publications is the core business of Homes Kenya Limited, and construction is the heartbeat of most of our operations, so as a team, we decided to pursue rehabilitation of the school via this channel.

At the opening ceremony of the 25th Kenya Homes Expo in April this year, Ms.  Nana Gecaga, Managing Director of KICC, who has a heart for the less fortunate, spoke of this most beneficial partnership that would be seen as a social responsibility that would help uplift the lives of the less fortunate in society.

In January 2003, Free Primary Education was rolled out by the government.  With this positive action, the program has seen increased numbers in the enrollment of children.  According to the Economic Survey of 2005, enrollment rose from 5.9 Million children to 8.8 Million children in 2011.  The FPE policy abolished school fees and other levies that posed hindrance to children gaining access to education.  With lack of funds, public schools have struggled to stay afloat, and ultimately it is the children who are suffering. Maintenance of schools has been left to the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) and well- wishers to assist uplift the schools, and this is the story of Gatina Primary School.

HomesKenya Limited organizes the Kenya Homes Expo, the biggest homes and auto show in East & Central Africa.  The next expo will be holding a successful 26th run is scheduled to be held next year from 12 – 15 April, 2018 at the KICC.

26th Homes Expo 12th - 15th April

All Geared Up for the 26th Kenya Homes Expo This April

One thing that keeps ringing true for many Kenyans today is the need and desire to own homes, acquire land, and secure investments for the future generations. While the dream seems achievable, the biggest challenge remains making home ownership affordable and as accessible to as many Kenyans as possible. This April, the Kenya Homes Expo will afford Kenyans the opportunity to seek opportunities for investment in real estate.

When the Kenya Homes Expo was founded close to 14 years ago, the vision of the organiser was to create and provide a platform for Kenyans to gain access to opportunities for investment in real estate. Real estate had just started becoming the talk of town and people didn’t have the knowledge or tools to invest wisely and make the right decisions in real estate. The myths surrounding real estate needed to be demystified and thus the birth of the Kenya Homes Expo. A platform where people could have direct contact with land sellers, realtors, construction professionals and financiers proved a worthy investment as now there was and is a credible platform that has opened up the industry to Kenyans and the world in general.

Aerial view of the Kenya Homes Expo

This April from 12th to 15th, the Kenya Homes Expo marks its 26th successful run and has been themed “Affordable Living”. As with every event, the expo takes into consideration the market needs and puts together a show that will meet the needs of its visitors and clientele. By 2025, current indicators show that Africa will portend business opportunites worth $5.6 Trillion. There isn’t a better time for the Kenya Homes Expo to be held. The Kenya Homes Expo acknowledges that there is a rising tide across Africa that brings with it new infrastructures, a better educated labour force and a youthful dynamic population. The team leader of the expo, Ms. Maureen Ojijo, further states that Africa’s returns on investment are some of the highest in the world and that’s why the expo continues to attract even more investors because Africa is the new frontier for trade and investment with real estate standing to benefit the most from this attention.

External view of the Kenya Homes Expo at KICC

Minister of Transport, Hon. James Macharia at the MInistry of Housing booth.

The expo is once again sponsored by East African Portland Cement Company, manufacturer of Blue Triangle Cement, who have secured the rights to a Platinum Sponsorship. EAPCC has been a natural partner for the Homes Kenya because you cannot talk about strong structures without mentioning Blue Triangle Cement. With over 84 years of cement manufacturing experience, East African Portland Cement Company has made the greatest contribution in the physical foundation of our nation, producing the most durable, brightest brand of cement that is suitably strong for all forms of construction.

An exhibitor booth at a previous Kenya Homes Expo held at the KICC

The Kenyan government has taken this segment of the economy very seriously and is championing housing for low income earners and the Kenya Homes Expo has become a platform for Kenyans of whichever class to seek opportunities for investment, dream about getting their homes, and actually own a home no matter your income or economic status.

To know more about the 26th Kenya Homes Expo or book your booth at East & Central Africa’s biggest homes show, call the team on 020 230 9074 or visit our website.


5 Things to Look Forward in 2018.

Not sure about you, but we’re so over 2017. From its unending political stalemates to its overhyped eclipse (sorry, not sorry), everything about it feels so…… Which is why we’re ready to usher in 2018 ASAP. Here are five things to look forward to come January.

1. The Return of the Real Estate Industry.

The real estate sector is poised for a comeback after the conclusion of the General Election. Industry figures for the first five months of the year indicate there was a marginal slowdown in the industry as a result of election uncertainties. According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, the value of building plans approved by Nairobi City County between January and May this year went down to Sh105.6 billion from Sh126.3 billion in a similar period last year. it is, however expected that the pace will pick up once election related activities are over.

The expected rebound of the industry means investors should watch over housing prices, falling of building material prices, employment opportunities and more importantly, county governments who will be looking forward to fulfilling their election pledges.
Read more at: https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/business/article/2001252414/six-things-to-look-out-for-in-property-after-polls

Duchess Park – Hatheru, Laington

2. We Are Going to Have Another Royal Wedding.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are finally engaged and have already set a date for next year. During a special briefing at Buckingham Palace , officials revealed that the wedding will take place in May of next year. (The exact date has not yet been announced.) Notably, Prince Harry’s sister-in-law, Kate Middleton, is due to welcome her third child with Prince William just one month before. William and Kate’s own wedding date was also in the spring: April 29, 2011.

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle


The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup.  It is scheduled to take place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018, after the country was awarded the hosting rights on 2 December 2010. This will be the first World Cup held in Europe since 2006.

Germany celebrating after their win against Argentina in the 2014 World Cup final


Homes Kenya Magazine, is the premier and most comprehensive real estate, property development and homes publication in the country. The glossy, high-quality magazine is the only one of its kind in the region and continues to set the pace in home living standards, while informing home owners, potential home buyers and living connoisseurs on the latest trends in the market. Currently produced once every two months, the magazine has undertaken to provide property and real estate intelligence focused on this region, in an attempt to fill the information gap created by Kenya’s fast growing real estate and property development sector.

Homes Kenya Magazine Issue 71

5. The 26TH Kenya Homes & Auto Expo.

It will be held on the 12th to the 15th of April 2018 at the Kenyatta International Convention Center in Nairobi, Kenya.

East & Central Africa’s authoritative voice of the real estate market. Occupying 3 amazing floors with exhibitors ranging from land owners, realtors, contractors, landscape artists, to interior design companies and insurers and bankers, we successfully deliver eye opening and innovative shows for the real estate industry.

Also premiering an exclusive motoring section dubbed “The Auto Pavilion“, designed to showcase vehicles for commercial and leisure activities.


The Blue Triangle 26th Kenya Homes Expo

SpringHill Park by Sigimo Enterprises

As the real estate market continues to evolve, focus has shifted to Kenyans who fall in the low to middle income bracket.  Even as property prices continue to rise steadfastly and developers leverage on high end properties in the city’s urban environs, there has risen a great need to service the housing needs of the rising middle income earners who are gaining purchasing power and low income earners.

Spring Hill Park, Kileleshwa

The recently commenced SpringHill Park by Sigimo Enterprises is already receiving a lot of interest from potential home buyers who are attracted by the visual appeal of the apartments that are set to have a rooftop swimming pool – a feature that none of the apartments in the Kileleshwa area have.  The premier development of elegant 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses built in the fast growing locality, overlook the scenic Arboretum Forest and offer a tranquil and serene living environment for the discerning home owner who would like a home in close proximity to the Central Business District. Read more