China Homelife Dubai 2017 Exhibition will return to Dubai with over 2500 exhibitors at the Dubai World Trade Centre on December 10-12. It continues to be one of the largest sourcing avenue for Chinese products in the Middle East and Africa and 2017 has seen a 40% growth in exhibitor participation. Over 100,000 products will be displayed at the venue and include textile and garments, building materials and hardware, lighting, furniture and home electronics.
China has been making strong progress in building trade relations with the region and is evident with the increasing ties it had developed over the years. According to the World Bank, China’s exports into the MENA region stood at over USD 123 billion in 2016. Platforms such as China Homelife Exhibition provide the added advantage of establishing stronger trade links with access to some of the most extensively imported products.
The location acts as a central hub for a wide geographical spread and attracts visitors from UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Lebanon and Iran. This year the exhibition is expected to have over 15,000 visitors. To raise service levels, the organizers MEOrient International Exhibition have developed a communication and onsite meeting scheduling O2O platform which connects the visitors with the exhibitors for pre-show arrangements.
It helps maximize visitors’ time with chosen suppliers. The online to offline service has already been gaining momentum with many visitors applying the technology to ensure they maximize exhibitor interactions at the show. Continuing to provide other services, China Homelife will also delivers ease of communication by having free translators to help cross the language barrier, as well as a matchmaking service which connects the buyers to the right suppliers.
“In our 8th edition of organizing China Homelife in Dubai we continue to ensure that our exhibitors as well as visitors are provided with a perfect blend of business opportunities. While we lay strong emphasis on product quality and innovation we strive to pave the way for easy business interactions,” said, Binu Pillai, Chief Operating Officer, MEOrient International Exhibition. “As the largest China sourcing show in the region and capitalizing on Dubai as a business hub, we are confident that the business outcomes will match the growing import requirements of a very wide range of Chinese products into the region,” Pillai added.
China Homelife Dubai Exhibition is supported by the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Dubai, and promises of bring in the best quality products that can be viewed during the three days of the event.