- Verified suppliers ensures guaranteed quality and delivery
- Event will also have two day long conferences covering e-Commerce, and, manufacturing and franchising
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, December 12, 2018: Covering nine focused sectors and over 100,000 products, China Homelife Exhibition is the largest sourcing platform for Chinese products in the Middle East and North Africa. Inaugurated by H.E. Butti Saeed Al Ghandi, Second Vice Chairman of the Dubai World Trade Centre, the exhibition is open to importers, traders and buyers to source high quality products directly from manufacturers. Taking place at the Dubai Exhibition and Convention Centre from Dec 11 – 13, the opening also saw H.E Sun Biqing, Director of Hangzhou Commerce Committee present on the occasion.
Given the rising interest in trade opportunities, the organizers, MEOrient Foreign Trade have strategically included businesses that would interest visitors looking for opportunities in Agriculture and Food, Building Materials, Consumer Electronics, Furniture, Home Appliances, Textiles and Garments, Home Products, Gifts as well as Lights and Lamps featuring leading manufacturers and suppliers.
The exhibition is designed to develop business relations directly with top representatives of companies. Visitors will also get the opportunity to see the latest products and innovations that are being developed specially for the MENA markets. The face to face interactions also sets the platform for more valuable deals and negotiations with Chinese suppliers. Following the previous year’s trend, the exhibition is expected to have visitors from across the GCC, and North Africa.
“The growing ties between the UAE and China is paving the way for higher trade opportunities between the two countries. The yearly China Homelife Exhibition is a popular meeting ground to build and strengthen business opportunities and we remain focused on providing high service levels for our exhibitors as well as visitors. In fact, the range of quality products that are exhibited has been one of the key reasons for the growth of the exhibition over the years. Also, this year’s day long conferences on e-Commerce and Manufacturing and Franchise will help visitors get a better understanding on these areas of interest,” said Binu Pillai, Chief Operating Officer, MEOrient International Exhibition.
Supported by the Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Dubai, the exhibition is expected to have over 15,000 visitors.