WORLDBEX (Philippine world building and construction exposition), the leading building and construction trade show in the Philippines, will be holding an expo from August 31 to September 3 at the World Trade Center and SMX Convention Center. Holding the expo at two venues simultaneously is an indication this would be the biggest event hosted so far.

This also coincides with the 25th anniversary of Worldbex.

Worldbex 2022 will be the first time this event will be physical after conducting activities online (Wired Seminars) due to Covid-19 restrictions.

The expo will once more see the gathering of the finest local and international companies that cater to a wide variety of construction and design needs. This event is supported and acknowledged by distinguished sectors and organizations in and out of the country.

One of the highlights of this event will be the Worldbex Lab, which is a collection of ground-breaking products that will be at the forefront of innovation and ingenuity in the building and construction industry.

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It will also be the place where well-known brands in the industry get to showcase their latest products and services, such as Boysen Paints, which will demonstrate the best paints for a healthy home. Akari will introduce the next generation of lighting products from NXLED for a brighter home.

The event will also feature the Projeto Design Competition that will see interior design students of various institutions showcase their best design models with the theme "The Arena: Envisioning Multifunctional Space for Filipino Athletes."

This year's Philippine Garden Festival will also be held here.

One can expect to see the front area of the World Trade Center to be covered with greenery, which aims to showcase the country's landscaping industry.

There will also be the Architect's Gallery where architectural firms represented by their principal architects will feature their best works.

Another highlight is The City of Tomorrow, an exhibit that showcases the architectural wonders of the Philippines. The City of Tomorrow will highlight the shared vision of building a better future for the Philippines and also the world.

Worldbex will also see the forging of good business deals among stakeholders through business matching. The event will see extensive business growth and networking in the building construction, home furnishings and home textiles; architecture and interior designing; and real estate industries.

A shuttle service will be provided to bring guests to and from World Trade Center and SMX Convention Center.

The event is sponsored by Matimco, Akari, Firefly Electric and Lighting Corp., Boysen, Apo Floors, Apo Galfan, HCG, Mariwasa and Multirich Home Decors Inc.