Now in its fifth year, the Middle East EVENT Show will return to the JW Marriott Marquis from the 2 – 3 June 2015.

Providing visitors with a unique opportunity to source new MICE, event and entertainment industry suppliers while catching up with peers and colleagues, the Middle East EVENT Show is the most important networking platform in the Middle East's event industry calendar

You NEED to be part of the Middle East EVENT Show 2015!

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the Network

Salons, corporate hospitality and amazing product demonstrations all in one dynamic zone – The NETWORK more...


Looking for all the latest products & services? Head to The Showcase to mix and mingle with the top suppliers in the event industry. more...

the KNOW

You may think you know but you could be missing out! Visit The Know to attend free seminars discussing the latest industry hot tops. more...

the HUB

Hungry? Looking to network? The Hub offers the perfect space to attend a networking session or grab lunch with a business leader. more...


Hit up The Exchange and meet with the top industry's suppliers who are putting everything on the table! more...

the DECK

Check The Deck and get a selfie with the latest product innovations more...

GES Live at EVENT Central

GES (Global Experience Specialists)will be hosting a take-over of Event Central this year. An integral part of the Event Show and the hub of networking for everyone who attends, we can promise an exciting two days of intrigue, creative suggestions to get the juices flowing, technology to enhance your future events, and inspiring people t bounce ideas off. more...

Visit #MEES15 to

  • Source new suppliers, products, information and services.
  • Compare hundreds of products and services under one roof.
  • Meet your existing suppliers and agents in an ideal B2B environment

Who Should Visit

  • Event Management Agencies
  • Conference Organisers
  • Exhibition Organisers
  • Concert and Event Promoters
  • Agencies – Marketing, Public Relations and Sales

#MEES15 Blog

  • Event Risk Management and Basic Assessment 101 Published Wed, 25 Mar 2015 17:10:51 +0000
    RiskAssessmentRisk Management and Assessment was only considered and conducted on large-scale events a few years ago, nevertheless, risks are everywhere. Why was it never routed in our culture, our methods of operation and our way of thinking? Well-planned and executed events bring a lot of collateral publicity yet; one single accident can crumble everything you have so painstakingly built over months of planning in just seconds. There are ample entries about how to be an event manager on the web, however there is gap of missing information in educating people properly about Risk Management. Back by popular demand from last…
  • Event Virtualization is More Than a Data Play. It’s About Creating an Entirely New Playing Field Published Thu, 12 Mar 2015 09:23:30 +0000
    blog-post-2Trade shows are becoming more intelligent. For the past decade, a handful of companies have developed various approaches to extracting intelligence from the physically rigid construct of the exhibition by creating a digital layer of data on top of it. As technology evolves, developers are able to add more data points to the layer. Now, one company is able to “virtualize” the entire event life cycle. It is physically impossible to customize a trade show to the extent that is possible with data. For example, an attendee can’t fill a room in the convention center with only the individuals, companies…
  • Dubai hotel revenues soar 10% to $6.5bn in 2014 Published Wed, 04 Mar 2015 12:32:44 +0000
    pic21Dubai’s hospitality sector welcomed 11,629,578 guests in 2014, a 5.6 percent increase on 2013’s total while revenues soared by nearly 10 percent, it was announced on Tuesday. Figures released by Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) showed steady year-on-year growth and significant increases across key indicators including hotel establishment revenues and guest nights. Dubai’s hotels and hotel apartments recorded an increase in guest nights in 2014, rising by 7.4 percent from 41.58 million in 2013 to 44.66 million in 2014. The average length of stay increased from 3.78 days to 3.84 days. Revenues for hoteliers and hotel apartment…
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