Novel products like the Japanese electric mobike will be showcased.
Big Boys Toys back with a bang
Dubai, September 17, 2012
Big Boys Toys, the Middle East’s premier luxury exhibition, has started the countdown to its fourth edition which runs from January 31 to February 2 next year at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai.
With a well-earned reputation for adrenaline fuelled excitement, innovation and jaw dropping exhibits from around the world – the 2013 event will bring a eye-poppingarray of spectacular exhibits to Dubai for the three day celebration of big boy’s toys, said the organisers Artaaj Events.
Big Boys Toys 2013 will bring a fabulous range of unique and never-seen-before products from leading exhibitors across the full spectrum of adventure, aviation, digital, drive, fashion, lifestyle, marine, off road, sports cars and bikes, wellness and the latest high octane products, it added.
Commenting on the show, Raha Moradi, the director of Artaaj exhibitions division said, "We are confident that the 2013 show is set to exceed expectations and be the most memorable edition of this amazing event – and we are gearing up to make the show bigger and better than ever before."
"Regular visitors and first time attendees can get ready to witness the latest gadgets, newest brands, amazing live demos, most unique cars and bikes and so much more, all in one venue," he stated.
The products at the expo will include the likes of Znug Design showcasing an innovative electric motor cycle from Japan, Ovei Pod – the ultimate offering in exclusive personal entertainment from UK, Nobel Key, bespoke luxury keys from Germany, Esal Marine - Sea Scooters for Scuba Divers and Bang and Olufsen’s high tech audio and video equipment, amongst many others.
Traditionally aimed at a predominantly male audience, Artaaj has found increasing numbers of women and families attracted to the wonderful world of gadgets at an event that provides an incredible entertainment experience, said Moradi.
"Year on year, Big Boys Toys provides an ideal venue with exclusive opportunities for companies to demonstrate their top products at a show that is dedicated to bringing together the latest, most unique and innovative products andexclusive brands from varied sectors," he noted.
“This year, the show is set to take Big Boys Toys to a whole new level. We have not spared any efforts in sourcing the latest, and most exciting toys from all over the world to take all our new and old expo enthusiasts on an unforgettable ride once again,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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