After Inmesol’s success at the last Fair in 2012, our company will once again be present in Dubai next February, at the most prestigious fair of the Middle East’s energy industry: Middle East Electricity
1,043 companies from 56 countries attended the last Fair, which attracted more than 15,000 unique visitors
This event is the central reference for the sector in the United Arab Emirates
From 17 to 19 February next year the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre will be the venue of the event which, according to participating enterprises and visitors, is deemed to be the leading energy sector fair in the Middle East. Indeed, according to the organisers, 96% of the visitors at the 2012 Fair state that they would recommend to their colleagues that they should attend this international gathering. Middle East Electricity is, moreover, the centre of reference in the field of energy innovation for the United Arab Emirates.
Following the repercussions of Inmesol’s presence at the last Middle East Electricity Fair among the numerous visitors to our stand, we shall be presenting new and innovative equipment for the telecommunications sector at this year’s Fair. We hope that the event will also constitute a meeting point for our company and its clients so that we shall have the pleasure of attending them in person.
Data of interest on the profile of visitors at the last Fair
45% of the visitors at the 2012 Fair were interested in power, 23% in lighting, 19% in nuclear energy, 9% in water and 4% in renewable energies.
Breakdown of the professional profiles of visitors:
23% were engineers, 16% professionals in the marketing and sales sectors, 11% business developers, 11% company directors, 10% managing directors, 7% purchasing managers, 5% project managers, 4% consultants, 3% operations managers and 3% financiers, architects and R&D managers.
Graphs taken from the Middle East Electricity web page.
98% of the exhibitors of the 2012 Fair would recommend attending it, 96% were satisfied with the profile of their visitors, and 95% stated that the Fair enabled them to make contacts for future business activities.
Objectives of the participating enterprises
The chief aim of the companies attending the Fair, which will be held for the 37th time this year, is to present their new products and technologies designed for the energy industry. Middle East Electricity has become a key meeting point for making contact with suppliers, manufacturers and buyers in the sector. The 2013 Fair venue will offer 45,000 square metres in which the 58 participating countries will be able to present their new products.
Dates: 17-19 February 2013.
Venue: The Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (in the centre of Dubai’s business district), 20 minutes from the airport.
Inmesol Stand: 7F18
Inmesol contact person: Jalil Azdem.
Middle East Electricity web page: http://www.middleeastelectricity.com
Further information about the International Convention and Exhibition Centre: http://www.dwtc.com