DWTC Set to Host Over 172,000 Visitors in January 2018
The Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) has announced that it expects to welcome more than 172,000 trade visitors and 6,000 exhibiting companies this January as the new season kicks off.
The events range from healthcare and science, to technology and design, and include Arab Health, Cabsat, Intersec, Sign and Graphic Imaging Exhibition, and more.
"We remain committed to offer commercial communities from all over the world a platform to help them network, discover new markets, expand their portfolios, and grow their businesses," said Mahir Julfar, senior vice president of venue services management at Dubai World Trade Centre.
"DWTC has been at the forefront of its efforts to lead and grow the Mice industry in the region, as well as to connect businesses from the world over with industry professionals. We are excited to witness the success that this year will bring to the emirate, the region, and the Mice industry," he added.
Arab Health will return at the end of this month on January 29, and is expected to welcome more than 4,200 exhibiting companies and approximately 103,000 attendees from over 150 countries. Arab Health will be accompanied by 19 business, leadership and Continuing Medical Education (CME) conferences providing the latest updates and insights into cutting edge procedures, techniques and skills.
Meanwhile, Cabsat Mena and Sign and Graphic Imaging (SIG) will run from January 14-16. In its 24th edition, Cabsat Mena will continue to focus on the production and distribution of content, as well as the buying and selling of content and satellite capacity. Creatives, engineers, and strategists will share their expertise on how to cut through the clutter and take the industry into a new world.
Sign and Graphic Imaging will offer visitors the latest innovation and breakthroughs around the globe; a chance to experience innovative developments first hand; an opportunity to build and develop a strong customer base including future prospects; and a platform to network with key decision makers in the industry, regionally and globally.
Intersec will also return to DWTC from January 22-24 with more than 1,200 international and local exhibitors. Key manufacturers and suppliers will show and discuss their latest products and innovations. Visitors are encouraged to attend to develop relationships with key industry players; compare prices, specifications, and product variants; discover cutting-edge innovations and developments; and experience live interactive demonstrations.
Following its launch in 2017, the UAE Public Policy Forum will also return this year from January 15-16. The annual global discussion platform is dedicated to enhancing government sector performance in the UAE and the region. During the same period, the Middle East's only aircraft interiors event, Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) & Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO ME), will feature the latest innovations in aircraft interiors.
The first half of 2018 will witness a diverse calendar of trade exhibitions and events representative of the region's core growth industries that are healthcare, information technology, transport, energy, tourism, food, real estate, and construction.
Source: Khaleej Times
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