CITYSCAPE Global is gearing up to host more than 250 exhibitors, an increase of 25 per cent from last year, as Dubai’s real estate sector witnesses a Dh35-billion ($9.52 billion) investment in the first quarter of this year, representing a 57 per cent rise over the same period in 2013.
MORE than 70 lighting designers, architects and engineers took part in the first edition of The Light Pollution in the Middle East 2014 held in Dubai, UAE. The event featured key presentations from iGuzzini, a leading manufacturer of indoor and outdoor lighting solutions, the UAE University and the Society of Light and Lighting.
BAU Congress China exceeded all expectations with more than 3,094 visitors attending. The inaugural event, which was held in Beijing, China, last month (July 8 and 9) at the China National Convention Centre (CNCC), was accompanied by an exhibition.
THE Big 5 2014 is expected to be the largest and best attended edition, surpassing last year’s visitor number of 74,000, according to the organisers.
Smart Living City shows gather pace TASWEEK Real Estate Development and Marketing, a provider of comprehensive real estate development solutions for the UAE and the broader Middle East, has engaged various US companies in different segments to introduce and endorse the Smart Living City Dubai shows during its visit to the US.
A HIGH-LEVEL forum to address challenges of the energy sector will be held next month (September 2 and 3) in Bahrain.
POWER and Water industry professionals are being invited to register for technical tours of three major engineering projects in Abu Dhabi, UAE, a day ahead of the 12th annual Power-Gen Middle East and WaterWorld Middle East Conferences and Exhibition.
GLOBAL law firm Dentons joined Longwood Healthcare Systems Consulting (Longwood) in addressing a gathering of industry specialists at the Architects Congress at the recent Hospital Build and Infrastructure Middle East Exhibition which took place in Dubai, UAE, in June.