UAE-based Jacky’s Electronics, a leading multi-brand consumer electronics, has opened its ninth showroom at Arabian Center on Al Khawaneej Road in Dubai, UAE.
With this, Jacky’s targets more than 8,000 residents and th
Dubai’s market for apparel and footwear is estimated to reach $13.5 billion this year, and is on track to grow at a CAGR of 6.6 per cent until 2020, when sales are forecast to hit $17 billion, a report said.
The market, esti
Gitex Shopper Spring, the region’s leading consumer electronics event, opened in Dubai, UAE today (March 30) featuring over 35,000 tech consumer choices under one roof.
Inaugurated by Sami Al Qamzi, director general, Departm
Gitex Shopper Spring and Shopper Smart Living, a major consumer electronics exhibition, is set to kick off tomorrow (March 30) in Dubai, UAE with more than 35,000 tech products and smart home appliances.
The shopping extravaganza
Heightened data security concerns, falling demand for smartphones and tablet PCs, and stagnant growth in the Internet of Things (IoT) market are stymieing the consumer electronics industry and will continue to do so over the next year, according
New product launches and unbeatable offers across technology, communication and entertainment sectors will form the nucleus of the upcoming 25th anniversary of Gitex Shopper, the region’s largest consumer IT show in Dubai, UAE.
Gitex Shopper Spring 2015, a major consumer electronics retail show that opened in Dubai, UAE yesterday (April 1), is offering an opportunity to win gold to any visitor who spends over Dh2,500 ($680).
Winners will also have the op
Gitex Shopper Spring 2015, one of the biggest consumer electronics retail shows in the Middle East, opened today (April 1) in Dubai, UAE, featuring a mix of regional and global brands and retailers offering deals on over 35,000 products.
Plug Ins, a top consumer electronics retailer expects to increase its sales by 40 per cent during the upcoming Gitex Shopper, a major consumer IT and electronics sales event, said a top official.
Plug Ins, part of Dubai-based Al-F
UAE households spent an average of Dh4,793 ($1,305) annually on electronics, with smartphones claiming the lion’s share in the country’s Dh14 billion ($3.81 billion) consumer electronics market, a report said.