The Abu Dhabi Technology Development Committee (TDC) has called on UAE innovators to showcase projects at an upcoming show in the emirate.
The third edition of the Innovator Show will take place on March 3 and
Leading educational institutions from across the world have gathered in Sharjah to take advantage of one of the fastest growing education markets in the world that is set to exceed $6.7 billion by 2018.
The British Boarding Schools Show is set to host an educational event for parents in the UAE next month.
For the fourth year running, the show will take place on March 18 and 19, welcoming parents and students
The UAE is set to be the largest destination exhibitor at the Outbound Travel Market 2016 (OTM 2016), India's biggest travel trade show, being held later this month.
To be held in Mumbai, India’s largest source market of
Superyacht owners from the Middle East own the longest and most luxurious yachts in the world, according to the Superyacht Builders Association (SYBAss).
The association's members are set to take part at th
“Petrolheads” from Bahrain will gather at a major event later this year which will feature monster trucks, renowned drifting drivers and jaw-dropping motorcycle stunts. The Bahrain International Motor Show (BIMS) will be held from
Leading exhibition organiser dmg events will launch its Hotel Show brand in India this year as the country’s tourism and hospitality industry is forecast to grow at fast pace.
Government investment in attractions and infrast
Audi Middle East continues to expand its product portfolio in the region with a dynamic range of new models and latest innovations at the 2016 Qatar Motor Show, which runs from January 27 till February 1.
Audi is displaying three
Occupancy rates at Bahrain’s five-star hotels during Bahrain International Air Show topped 90 per cent, Bahrain Tourism and Exhibition Authority acting chief executive Shaikh Khalid bin Humood Al Khalifa said yesterday (January 26). Four
International Air Transport Association (Iata) has chosen the 2016 Bahrain International Air Show to host a seminar regarding its new safety programme for smaller aircraft – the Iata Standard Safety Assessment (ISSA). The event which was