Two prominent exhibitions that take place this month will shine the spotlight on the construction and interiors sectors, both of which have had a flourishing run in the Gulf region over the past many years.
First Bahrain Real Estate Development Company, an innovative regional real estate firm that was established in Kuwait in 2004, has signed up as exhibitor at the Gulf Property Show.
Sharjah's best-known biannual event marks a happy milestone while exhibitors and visitors are assured of another exhilarating display of bling.
At Middle East Rail 2016, held in Dubai in the first fortnight of last month, Siemens showcased its full portfolio for rail and mobility innovation, including rolling stock, rail automation, rail electrification and seamless mobility solutions.
Saudi Aramco highlighted its support for sustainable economic growth and diversification across the kingdom by promoting its In-Kingdom Total Value Add (IKTVA) programme at the Saudi-US Business Opportunities Forum.
The Dubai International Boat Show, held recently, excited considerable interest and exhibitors reported striking sales deals with many companies pointing to a high proportion of serious buyers at the event. UK-based manufacturer Princess Yachts said this year was its most successful appearance at the Dubai show.