DAFZ to take part in healthcare summit
Dubai, January 23, 2010
Dubai Airport Freezone will be participating in Arab Health 2010, a major healthcare event, in a bid to boost the number of pharmaceutical companies from around the world currently based at the Freezone.
Arab Health 2010 will run from January 25 to 28 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
“The Freezone has always been an active participant in almost all big shows taking place in Dubai,” said Ibrahim Ahli, marketing director, Dubai Airport Freezone.
“We strongly believe that such exhibitions are an excellent tool that will support our marketing strategy,” he added.
“The Arab Health show avails an interesting opportunity for both the exhibiting companies from overseas markets and the facilities providers like Dubai Airport Freezone, it brings all together under one roof to exchange views and create mutual business benefits,” Ahli continued.
“Arab Health no doubt represents a strong networking event and a promotional platform that enables many service providers to convey their corporate messages and closely see the needs of their clients. We shall use the opportunity to approach all companies especially the ones who have no presence in the UAE and the region.”
Ahli added that the Dubai Airport Freezone has currently has 75 multinational and major healthcare and pharmaceutical companies operating within its vicinity with many of them taking part in Arab Health 2010. – TradeArabia News Service
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