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15th women’s exhibition next month in Dubai

To celebrate women entrepreneurship at exhibition

  • WAM
  • Published: 16:57 September 7, 2013
  • Gulf News

Dubai: Following the immense success of previous Women’s Exhibitions in Dubai organised by Thoraya Al Awadhi, Founder and CEO of Thoraya Al Awadhi Group of Companies, preparations are being made to host the 15th Women’s Exhibition from October 31 to November 3at the Dubai World Trade Centre, Zabeel Hall 2.

According to Al Awadhi, “The Women’s Exhibition is a platform that helps seasoned businesswomen and women entrepreneurs come together to showcase their products and services as well as create a networking opportunity for small and medium business from the region and abroad.

“We are delighted that our past exhibitors continue supporting us and their success has motivated other clients to come on board with us. We have reciprocated our commitment to our exhibitors by bringing to them a bigger venue in a strategic location with more support that helps them grow their business,” Thoraya said.

This year’s event will continue in the fashion of the previous exhibitions, but on a much larger scale, with over 100 stands for exhibitors to showcase their products and services from the region and abroad.

This year’s variety is also expanded to include fashion, jewellery, spas and wellness as well as travel agencies, financial services, medical supplies and health products, among others.

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