Walid Abdel Malik, Director of Business Registration and Licensing in the Business Registration & Licensing (BRL) sector in the Department of Economic Development (DED), inaugurated on Thursday the very first staging of Sleep Expo Middle East at the Dubai Festival City Arena. The event opened its doors to both trade visitors and consumers across the region, showcasing the latest advances in in the sleep technology space.
According to a recent study by PayFort, the GCC’s online retail revenues are expected to reach $69 billion by 2020. “The UAE leads the way regionally in terms of online sales, with 62 percent of citizens now shopping online, and annual sales expected to reach US$23.7 billion by 2022.” This was stated by Mauro Romano, CEO, ArabClicks, during an exclusive interview with Gulf Today.
Saudi Arabia unveiled the design of its pavilion at the Expo 2020 Dubai on Sunday. The pavilion will be second in size only to that of the UAE pavilion, covering an area the size of two football pitches.
Through its theme of "Building a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind - Innovation and Opportunity", the China Pavilion will be one of the largest at Expo 2020 Dubai, occupying a land area of 4,636 sq m.
Sleep Expo Middle East, happening from April 11 to 13, 2019 at the Dubai Festival City Arena, is the only event in the region dedicated to the sleep industry. The show will bring together sleep experts and innovators under one roof to discuss and showcase the latest advances in in the sleep technology space.
The Expo Centre Sharjah is currently hosting the ‘Expo Electronics Exhibition’, the first event the centre has organised after the gradual return to normal life and the resumption of activities and events in Sharjah.
Ending months of speculation, Apple is launching its first exclusive online store in India on September 23 just ahead of the festive season, offering a full range of products, support and premium experience to consumers and the large aspirational fan base across the country.
CaixaBank has agreed to buy state-controlled Bankia for 4.3 billion euros ($5.1 billion) in an all-share deal that creates Spain’s biggest domestic lender and signals consolidation among Europe’s struggling banks is picking up pace.