September 27, 2021
The 10th edition of the show is set to take place 14-16 December 2021 and will also include a digital platform for visitors who are unable to attend in person.
Paperworld Middle East and Gifts & Lifestyle Middle East, dedicated dual trade fairs for paper, stationery, and office supplies, along with gifts, accents, and lifestyle products, are set to showcase a number of sustainable organisations and products from 14-16 December at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
Paperworld Middle East, now in its 10th edition will host more than 150 exhibitors from 39 countries spread across office & business and school and creative products. The co-located Gifts & Lifestyle Middle East will debut this year is set to welcome 60-plus exhibitors from 16 countries across its distinct segments of Giving, Dining and Lifestyle.
Luxor International, a regular Paperworld Middle East exhibitor, exports writing instruments to 108 countries and has dramatically shifted toward sustainable products and packaging to meet increasing consumer demand.
Pooja Jain Gupta, Managing Director at Luxor International, said: “We believe that the demand for environmentally-friendly products and sustainable packaging will increase in the years to come. In line with the need to curb our impact on the environment, we have introduced a range of products that are manufactured using 70- 75% of PCW (Post Consumer Waste) as well as focusing on sustainable packaging.”
Paperworld Middle East and Gifts & Lifestyle Middle East will take place amid stringent health and safety measures in accordance with official government, local authority guidelines, and the Dubai World Trade Centre venue.
Those visitors unable to attend the shows in-person can take advantage of hybrid event platforms where they can experience AI-powered matchmaking, connect with exhibitors in-person or virtually, or discover unmissable products and content.
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