Saudi Build Interiors in April 2016
THE inaugural Saudi Build – Interiors will be held in Saudi Arabia next year, and will aim to address the networking needs of the interiors and fit-out sector.
The new exhibition will be held from April 5 to 8, 2016 at the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre (RICEC) in Riyadh.
Key industry players and experts from around the world are expected to offer at the event top-of-the-line products and solutions to developers, architects, interior designers, consultants and importers as well as to luxury home owners.
“Saudi Build Interiors will combine the quality, reliability and international scope of the trusted Saudi Build brand with a vibrant new focus and range of supplier profiles,” said Fadi Kaddoura, vice-president – international sales and business development, IFP Group, which organises exhibitions and conferences for a range of industry sectors.
AHEC designs for charity
EIGHT functional seating installations, which were made using sustainable American hardwoods and fabrics, were the highlight of the Design Dine Donate charity event recently held in Dubai, UAE.
The chairs and seats were made as part of a project that was a collaboration between the American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC), the leading international trade association for the American hardwood industry, and Seekers Furnishing, a bespoke joinery practice in Dubai. The seating installations used American tulipwood, red oak, ash and black walnut and also incorporated sustainable fabrics from Warwick Australia.
They were auctioned off with the proceeds benefiting Surge, a global non-profit organisation that brings life-sustaining water to those most in need, while increasing awareness of the global crisis.
Power-Gen signs up key speakers
A LINE-UP of top speakers will discuss issues related to economic development in relation to power generation in the Middle East at an event to be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE, towards the end of the year.
The13th annual Power-Gen Middle East Conference and Exhibition will take place at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (Adnec) from October 4 to 6 alongside WaterWorld Middle East.
International leaders in the industry will share expert knowledge under the theme titled ‘sharing technology innovation’. They will also provide insights into market structure and regulation; strategic planning; market trends; project issues and renewable energy, in addition to fossil fired technology; renewable energy technology; nuclear power and operation and maintenance.
The event is the definitive platform discussing issues that surround economic development in relation to power generation, said event director Nigel Blackaby.