Although this is the fifth Gulf Glass exhibition, it is the first to be held in Dubai” says Derek Burston, exhibition director, “and we have been taken aback by the way in which the show has grown since our decision to move from Abu Dhabi to the Dubai World Trade Centre” he adds.With over 200 exhibitors from more than 20 countries, Gulf Glass has grown to be one of the most diverse glass technology and material exhibitions in the entire industry.“Companies have embraced Dubai not just as a focal point for the Middle East industry, but also as meeting place on a global scale.The strategic positioning of our exhibition, both in terms of geography and timing, have meant that Gulf Glass is rapidly being seen as an emerging international meeting place, giving exhibitors and visitors a new option in terms of a biennial gathering place. We are looking forward to continuing to develop the show over the coming years, and increasing its global influence and reach on every outing” says Burston.
“Pre-registrations have come from more than 25 countries spanning the entire region, North, East and West Africa, Europe and the near and Far East” adds Burston, “with record numbers having signed up”.
Gulf Glass 2013 takes place from 3-5 September at the Dubai World Trade Centre, and is open from 10am to 7pm daily. Make sure you do not miss out on this year’s most exciting glass event by registering now as a visitor.