InRetail, Office Exhibition big draw
Dubai, June 6, 2007
InRetail and the Office Exhibition 2007 are set for a truiumphant conclusion.
Few would dispute the role of both the retail and office design industries as key drivers of tousim and business growth in the region.
No surprise then, at the overwhelming response to InRetail and the Office Exhibition, both of which are well-known for representing every segment of the office design and retail industries, and which entered their final day today at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre.
And as well a number of new exhibitors, the shows have marked then return of many companies from previous years.
Turkish workplace designer, Nurus, for example, at the show for the sixth consecutive year, exhibiting its latest designs in seating, partitioning, wall and storage systems.
Gary Millerick, general manager at UK-based Corporate Insignia, which does extensive business in the Middle East explains why the shows continue to attract the world’s leading innovators in their respective fields.
“We probably do 10 shows a year and this is the most important one,” he enthuses.
“If we only did one show, this would be the one.
“This is our second year. We like the show and have had a very good response to our stand,” confirms Rami Zaidan from UAE-based Al Aqili Furnishing, who also comments on the diverse cultural base that the show attracts.
“Every year sees a massive jump in the international profile of these shows,” agrees Paula Al Chami the exhibition organiser.
“They have truly taken their place as two of the Middle East’s leading events. People who either visited or exhibited are already showing enormous interest in being part of next year’s event - and the planning starts now.”
The Office Exhibition is the Gulf region’s premier event for the design and management of the office environment.
Featuring exclusive product launches, cutting edge developments and innovative design from world-renowned providers of office furniture, office interiors, office technology and services.
Be kept in the know at our Workplace Freedom Seminars, where leading global specialists will share their knowledge and expertise on workplace related developments. Hosted by Cityspace, the region’s leading workplace solutions provider.
The Office Exhibition is open to trade visitors only and will be held at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre, June 3 to 5, from 11am – 7pm daily, and will run alongside InRetail and The Hotel Show.
InRetail - For the design, fit-out and management of retail outlets, supermarkets and shopping malls in the Arabian Gulf showcasing retail interiors and shopfitting, retail technology and visual merchandising, retail design & interior architecture, in-store marketing & logistics handling.
The Innovations In Retail Seminars will run alongside the event - delegates will once again be inspired and educated on the latest innovations in interior store design, current retail trends and management techniques that ensure success in this highly competitive market, brought to you by renowned international speakers.
InRetail is open to trade visitors only and will be held at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre, 3- 5 June 2007, from 11am – 7pm daily, and will run alongside the Office Exhibition and Hotel Show.
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