The Trade Center hosts an impressive range of premier international events
People attend events at Dubai World Trade Center.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
The Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) is poised to build on the momentum it has generated for the post-pandemic economic recovery of the global events industry with a robust schedule of conferences and events. exhibitions, starting this weekend. After successfully hosting global mega-events in 2021, DWTC is gearing up to host its extensive lineup of international events, including the world’s largest trade event for the food and beverage industry, Gulfood 2022.
“As Dubai continues to drive the resurgence of the global MICE sector, the Dubai World Trade Center has set an example in hosting and staging large-scale international events. Throughout 2021, DWTC has proven to the world that major events can be responsibly hosted through effective collaboration with key stakeholders to provide an environment that allows business to be conducted safely and efficiently. We look forward to building on this success in the first quarter and throughout 2022 as we solidify Dubai’s position as the world’s premier MICE destination,” said Mahir Abdulkarim Julfar, Executive Vice President, Venue. Services Management, Dubai World Trade Centre.
The DWTC exhibition season kicks off with Intersec, the world’s leading emergency services, safety and security event, taking place January 16-18 and hosting a world-class accredited conference, featuring over 500 international speakers and regional.
From January 24-27, DWTC will host Arab Health, the largest gathering of healthcare and business professionals in the MENA region. The 2022 edition of the event will welcome more than 3,500 exhibiting companies from 60 countries.
The United Arab Emirates International Dental Conference and Arab Dental Exhibition (AEEDC Dubai), the “world’s largest annual scientific dental conference and exhibition”, will enter its 26th year from February 1-3 and will be held under the theme ” Education and innovation”. Transfer’. AEEDC Dubai is the must-attend event for all dentists, dental specialists, nurses, assistants, hygienists, therapists, technicians, radiologists, auxiliary staff, students, faculty members and members of dental associations, ministry representatives, representatives of affiliated dental events, manufacturers and merchants.
Gulfood, the world’s largest and most influential annual trade show for the food and beverage industry, and one of DWTC’s flagship events, is set to return February 13-17. Gulfood’s position as an international leader spans the entire spectrum of the food and beverage industry, providing an unparalleled business platform, a world-class showcase for industry excellence and talent, and a forum for highlight the latest trends, innovations and business opportunities.
Over the past 26 years, the Dubai Pharmaceuticals and Technology Conference and Exhibition (DUPHAT) has cemented its position as the most important pharmaceutical show in the MENA region and the three-day event of the 2022 edition will will be held from February 22 to 24, attracting the world. leading pharmacists, marketing personnel, researchers, academics, scientists, clinicians, students and other healthcare professionals.
Now in its 21st year, Dubai Derma is set to maintain its position as the most important scientific event of its kind in the MENA and South Asia regions, and will be held from February 27 to March 1. The upcoming conference is expected to feature 250 renowned speakers, while global exhibitors will showcase the latest groundbreaking developments in skincare and cosmetics.
Held under the patronage of the United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure and benefiting from a 45-year legacy, Middle East Energy (MEE) has established itself as the most reputable and comprehensive energy event in region, and is set to host its 47th edition from March 7-9. MEE brings together leading manufacturers and industry experts from around the world and will highlight five specific product sectors: smart solutions, renewable and clean energy, critical and backup power, transmission and distribution, as well as energy consumption and management.
From March 14 to 16, the 18th edition of the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition (DIHAD) will be held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, Sovereign Dubai, and is expected to attract over 5,300 visitors and 640 participating brands from over 84 countries. Since its inception in 2004 as the region’s premier humanitarian relief and development event, DIHAD has embarked on a journey of building bridges in the humanitarian and development communities, bringing together key decision makers from International, Red Crescent and Red Cross NGOs, United Nations Agencies, charities, academic institutions, humanitarian aid providers and government bodies, to meet the needs of people and countries affected by crises and disasters natural.