ITU Plenipotentiary Conference The communications technology event comes to Dubai for the first time The ITU is the International Telecommunications Union, a United Nations agency that specialises in issues concerning information and communications technology. The Plenipotentiary Conference is the organisation’s key decision-making event, and determines the ITU’s activities over the coming months. It’s held in a different city each year, and in 2018, it will take place at the Dubai World Trade Centre for the first time. The conference attendees will be helping the ITU to bring the benefits of modern communication technology to people around the world, in a safe and affordable way.
SEAFEX The only professional seafood event for the MENA region SEAFEX Middle East is the only professional seafood event for the MENA region. During the event, food professionals who are responsible for sourcing the latest in wild, farmed and value added seafood can discover new product lines that will satisfy today’s adventurous and increasingly health-conscious consumers. Product lines include fresh, frozen, canned, live, value-added, branded, and private label seafood along with marine aquaculture. This event is a must-attend for anyone working within the seafood industry.
Gulf Host Dubai’s biggest hospitality and food service expo GulfHost is Dubai’s biggest hospitality equipment sourcing expo, which was launched last year by Gulfood, the world’s largest annual food trade event. Industry professionals can visit the expo to learn more about the latest kitchen solutions, from high-tech ovens and coffee machines to cutlery and tableware. Some of the event highlights include the Restaurant Development Conference, with talks and insights from regional restaurant businesses, and the GulfHost Innovation Awards. Visitors will also be able to network with buyers and fellow industry professionals, with the GulfHost Meeting Programme.
Yummex Middle East 2018 The region’s leading sweets and snacks event Yummex Middle East returns for its 12th edition this October, as part of Dubai International hospitality Week. It’s the region’s largest event for the sweets and snacks industry, and is the place to be for all industry professionals, from buyers and decision makers to businesses launching their latest products. More than 8000 visitors attended the 2017 event, and there were over 300 exhibitors, from 43 countries, showcasing their products. Yummex is the place to go to learn about the latest trends affecting the region’s retail and foodservice industry, and potentially win big at the annual Yummex ME Innovation Awards.
Annual Radiology Meeting The Middle East’s leading radiology event The Annual Radiology Meeting is set to return for its third edition from 31 October to 2 November. The region’s leading radiology event, the exhibition and conference will showcase cutting-edge technology and research. A line-up of some of the world’s top doctors and professors will be sharing their knowledge and expertise, and covering topics such as Cardiac Imaging and Emergency Radiology. There will also be seminars and workshops, and a chance for attendees to gain a CME certification.
The Speciality Food Festival The original speciality food event for the MENA region The Speciality Food Festival is the original gourmet food event for the MENA region. This is where food professionals sourcing the latest in artisan, organic and international food fare can discover new product lines that will satisfy today’s adventurous and increasingly discerning consumers. Source superior quality products from four continents and benchmark industry prices from the widest cross-section of competitive suppliers. During the trade fair you will also get the opportunity to compare your cooking methods to those being employed by international culinary heavyweights and reinvigorate your food concepts for the coming seasons.
Dubai International Motor Show A turbocharged auto industry event The Dubai International Motor Show is the ultimate sales-driven showcase for global automotive brands and the trusted voice for a passionate audience of serious buyers. With a valued reputation of more than 26 years of experience, Dubai International Motor Show consistently delivers new business opportunities. The biennial event attracts over 100,000 visitors from 77 countries who are looking for exclusive motoring deals and all of the latest information on upcoming launches in the automotive world. The internationally respected event is a must for motoring brands and car enthusiasts alike. The exact event date will be announced closer to the event.
This new show at Children’s City, the educational theme park in the heart of Creek Park, aims to both entertain and educate the youth of the UAE. A daily show, which takes place in Children’s City’s state-of-the-art planetarium, takes audiences on an exciting journey through the human body, where they’ll also learn about friendship along the way. Children must be at least two years old to watch the show.
A free to enter Painting Contest for kids, from the age group of 4 to 16.
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Gulfood Manufacturing 2018 Discover the latest trends in food manufacturing The Gulfood Manufacturing exhibition returns in November, showcasing the latest trends and solutions for every aspect of the food manufacturing business, from ingredients and processing to packaging and automation. All food and beverage sectors will be represented at the event, including dairy, seafood and fish, confectionery, and snacks. Visitors will be able to meet and network with fellow professionals, including representatives from more than 1600 companies and brands from across the GCC region. Discover the latest trends and products, test ingredients, and find budget-friends technologies that can help to cut costs.
Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future at Concrete Following its showing at London’s Hayward Gallery, and a gallery to gallery international collaboration, Concrete at Alserkal Avenue will bring the seven artist-strong group exhibition ‘Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future’ to Dubai from 7-21 November. This septet of international artists have imagined how our world might look and feel in the future, engaging with the idea that adaptation is necessary for survival to present films, sculpture and text-based works that explore ideas of change and hybrid forms of architecture, biology, technology, and language. The line-up of artists includes Ann Lislegaard, Julian Charriere, Rainer Ganahl, Marguerite Humeau, Bedwyr Williams, Andreas Angelidakis and Youmna Chlala.