Designer brands target Mideast market at Dubai show
Dubai, August 5, 2014
More than 600 designer brands will showcase new products and designs at the Hotel Show Dubai next month.
The show, which will run from September 28 to 30 at the Dubai World Trade Centre, will see some of the world’s key drivers of change in hospitality present the products and services that will shape the industry in the future, said a statement.
A key sector that will be represented at the show is interior design and lighting, which will feature furniture and art displays.
The firms that will showcase a wide range of products will include art and design hotel consultants Capsule Arts, Points for outdoor furniture, Portugese designer furniture company Jetclass, Eurocave Professional, ACE Interior Design and Furniture, Dream Glass, Astro Lighting, ILIGHTYOU and Serip.
Also on show will be tableware and glassware from EMSA, BKS Textiles and TrueBell.
Hartmann Tresore, a German specialist manufacturer of high quality safes will exhibit within the German Pavilion and is launching a new line of customised safe designs specifically for the Middle East.
Lady Anne Magbuhos, sales and marketing co-ordinator – Exports, said: “The Hotel Show is the leading event for the region’s most senior hotel and hospitality professionals from not only the local region, but also globally. It is the perfect opportunity for Hatmann Tresore to showcase our products and services. It also gives us the opportunity to identify new market trends to track the evolution of the hotel industry supply chain worldwide.”
Ebrahim Patel, managing Director of Hampton Bed Company, said: “We will participate in The Hotel Show Dubai for the first time in 2014 and have chosen to be located within the UK Pavilion. The event is clearly an ideal platform not only to promote our products to the region, but also engage with wholesalers, distributors and agents.
“We know how demanding hotel clients from the Middle East are and we will present our high quality pocket spring mattress with high-end fillings and features not normally available on standard beds.” - TradeArabia News Service