Visit us at Glasstec to find out about business opportunities in the Middle East

Date: 21 October 2014
Source: Gulf Glass Team

Date: 20 October 2014

$4.3trillion is forecast to be spent on construction in the MENA region over the next decade, with particular emphasis placed on social and affordable housing to meet the needs of the growing populations.

This translates into continuous growth of demand for glass products with high performance, environmental friendliness and good quality and therefore outstanding business opportunities for glass manufacturers and suppliers.Gulf Glass, the only exhibition in the region dedicated to the glass industry, will take place in Dubai from 14 – 16 September 2015 and will be the best opportunity for your company to enter this rapidly growing market.For the first time in 2015, Gulf Glass will be brought to you by dmg events, one of the leading international event organisers with 35 years of experience in the MENA region.We will develop a programme of free educational events that will attract more buyers and we will offer you innovative options that will enable you to make contact with the audience.--- If you would like to find out more about exhibiting at Gulf Glass, you can visit our stand at Glasstec this week from 21 – 24 October (Hall 13, Stand E96).

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