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What Dubai's DWTC has in store for the remainder of 2019

With 54 exhibitions, trade shows and international conferences, Dubai World Trade Centre has kicked off its latest season

What Dubai's DWTC has in store for the remainder of 2019
Alongside returning events, DWTC said it will introduce 14 new regional and international congresses and exhibitions.

With 54 exhibitions, trade shows and international conferences taking centre stage before the end of 2019, Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) has kicked off its latest season.

Alongside returning events, DWTC said it will introduce 14 new regional and international congresses and exhibitions as it plays a key role in promoting Dubai as the region's leading business and MICE hub.

The new additions to DWTC’s calendar of events this year include the World Congress of Neurology, the 22nd IAA Human in Space Symposium, Young Professionals in Space, and the Amway Leadership Seminar APAC, a statement said.

“With returning events, and the introduction of significant new entrants, DWTC is uniquely positioned to match the evolution of the global MICE sector across a diversified range of industries, and showcases sector-specific events featuring cutting-edge content,” said Mahir Julfar, senior vice president, Venue Services Management, Dubai World Trade Centre.

This week will start with the Middle East Design and Hospitality Week, which will feature a combination of seven individual events including INDEX, Workspace, The Leisure Show, The Hotel Show, Surface Design Middle East, FIM, and INDEX Home.

The longest-running consumer electronics show, GITEX Shopper 2019, is back from September 24-28, while the 17th edition of Cityscape Global is set to be held from September 25-27.

GITEX Technology Week and GITEX Future Stars (October 6-10), DEWA’s The World Green Economy Summit (October 20-21), the 24th World Congress of Neurology organised by the Emirates Neurology Society (October 27-31) and Gulfood Manufacturing (October 29-31) round out October while DWTC will also host a total of 17 exhibitions in November, including the Dubai International Motor Show and the Big Five, the largest building and construction show in the MENA region.

“As we continue to witness rapid evolution of the MICE industry globally, we are confident in the resilience of DWTC’s portfolio today, which serves as a key enabler to achieving Dubai’s vision of garnering further economic growth and diversification,” added Julfar.

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