DMCC Launches Smartphone App to Connect Diamond Conference Delegates

Press release
Published September 28th, 2017 - 09:35 GMT
DDC App
DDC App

The Dubai Diamond Exchange (‘DDE’), a DMCC ('Dubai Multi Commodities Centre') platform, today announced the launch of a specially developed App for its biennial two-day Dubai Diamond Conference 2017 ('DDC 2017').

For the first time, DMCC has developed a dedicated smartphone app for this event, which will help delegates connect prior to the conference, keep up to date with the agenda and speakers, and allow them to schedule meetings with fellow attendees. They will also be able to follow event-related social media activity, view and share photos and message each other directly through the app. Users of the app will also be able to Engage with live Q&A and Polls during sessions at the conference.

Peter Meeus, Chairman, Dubai Diamond Exchange, said: "We recognise that the diamond trade is a truly global marketplace spanning many time zone and geographies. We have therefore developed the DDE 2017 App to help 350+ conference delegates and speakers better connect and interact prior to and during the Dubai Diamond Conference in October”.

The Dubai Diamond Conference app is available to download on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. http://apple.co/2xMHmo3 and https://hubs.ly/H08M74t0.

The conference takes place in Dubai's Almas Tower, the home of the Dubai Diamond Exchange, on October 16-17, and will bring together international leaders of the diamond industry ranging from African Ministers to traders, financiers and world-renowned jewellers. It will enable companies and governments in producing and consuming countries to build relationships and highlight the pivotal role that Dubai plays in the global diamond trade. 

Background Information

Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority

The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) is the master developer and licensing authority for the Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) Free Zone, one of the largest, fastest growing mixed-use developments in Dubai. Owned by the Government of Dubai, DMCC was established in 2002, by Royal Rule No 4 of 2002, with a mandate to enhance commodity trade flows through the Emirate by providing the physical, market and financial infrastructure required.

Contact Information

Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority
Jumeirah Lakes Towers,
Almas Tower, Level 49,
Sheikh Zayed Road,
PO Box 48800
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Fax number
+971 (0) 4 390 3897
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