March 4, 2019
There is just a fortnight remaining before the Middle East’s premier office imaging trade show gets underway at Dubai’s International Convention & Exhibition Centre!
Paperworld Middle East 2019 takes place from 18-20 March in the United Arab Emirates, and will see exhibitors from across the aftermarket industry and from around the world come to Dubai to trade, network, and connect with customers and clients old and new.
As well as this, a lively seminar programme will provide a series of eye-opening, informative, and thought-provoking talks and discussions, including from ETIRA President David Connett.
A complete list of exhibitors is now available to search via the Paperworld Middle East website, allowing visitors to explore and engage in advance of the show, which begins in a fortnight’s time.
Visitors and exhibiting businesses can also take advantage of the Business Matchmaking service, which is described by organisers Messe Frankfurt as “a vital tool which allows you to efficiently set your meeting agendas before the show, for maximum benefit.”
Among the aftermarket businesses confirmed to attend the trade show are UK-based debutants Dynamic Cassette International (DCI), Australian company Calidad, which has attended every edition of the show since its inception, and Dubai’s very own Daisytek Computers LLC, described as “one of the leading trader & exporter of printer consumables & computer accessories in the Middle East.”
Thousands of visitors are expected to descend on the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, from across the Middle East and North Africa, as well as further afield, for three days of trade, business and networking opportunities.
As well as the latest in office supplies, printing materials, stationery, paper and gifts, the 2019 show will also feature Playworld Village, the region’s leading platform for children’s toys and games, and Leatherworld Middle East.
It’s still not too late to secure your tickets for this not-to-be-missed event; to do so, click here.
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