Representatives of the UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Morocco, Egypt and Saudi Arabia will be exhibiting at Earls Court, London, at Arabia 2008 from February 29 to March 2.
This consumer and trade event is aimed at providing a platform for government, major public and private sector companies to promote their services and products. Organisers Worldwide Shows and Events, said that after seeing the success of shows including Vive La France and Viva Espana, Arabia 2008 aims to provide a similar event in London for the Gulf and MENA countries.
Occupying over 5,500 sq m of floor space in the leading exhibition centre in London, this event will have first class facilities for exhibition stands, workshops, conferences, alongside entertainment and feature areas.
Exhibitors will cover a cross section of industries, including the holiday and destination market, the property industry, finance and banking, plus recruitment and travel. Workshops will cover a number of topics, from starting a business to the property laws, plus holidays to job opportunities.
“We see this event as an excellent platform to also invite the travel trade. They can see the show along with the general public, but can also attend trade workshops and tutorials with the tourism bureaus and other relevant exhibitors,” said the
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