Gulf Glass 2013 exhibition moves to Dubai

Since its inception, we have worked endlessly to get the Gulf Glass brand into Dubai, and provide you the exhibitor with the best possible, highest profile regional – and global – profile.

Therefore it is with It is with great pleasure that I can unveil that the next Gulf Glass exhibition, the 5th in the biennial series, will be moving to an exciting new location and timeslot, namely the Dubai World Trade Centre, 3-5 September 2013. Dubai serves as a focal point for a region that extends right across North Africa, East Africa, the Arabian Peninsula and on into Iran and Central Asia. As the only truly pan-Middle Eastern show for the entire glass industry, Gulf Glass is the perfect opportunity for you to maintain and improve your presence in the market.

Following four successful outings in Sharjah, UAE, and Abu Dhabi, the move to Dubai will raise the profile of the event to a completely new level, whilst the timeslot will ensure that it does not just appeal to visitors from the region, but also those looking for a global meeting place.

The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is poised for an exciting period of growth, and Gulf Glass 2013 will ensure you have the opportunity to access it first hand, in a dedicated glass industry atmosphere.

We look forward to welcoming you to Gulf Glass 2013

The Gulf Glass 2013 Brochure:

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