Key leaders in the business events sector and stakeholders from across Dubai shared their experiences of restarting exhibitions, trade shows and conferences over the last six months
We know there is still some time till Halloween, but one cannot help but get into the holiday spirit when there is so much going on around town.
The 38th edition of the Sharjah International Book Fair, which concluded on Saturday, was a book fair like none other. While over two million visitors graced the fair, the last eleven days saw the power of the written word rise to glorious heights. Specifically, in the very year that Sharjah is the Book Capital of the World.
Events include 20 international championships that will bring the world’s top tennis players and the superstars of international cycling, among others, to the city.
An all-out campaign by Sharjah Events www.sharjahevents.ae promises a bouquet of exciting events spread throughout the year.
The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHAP), said that the letter E must be visible in the Al Hosn mobile application, and all precautionary and preventive measures must be taken into account in organizing these events, such as wearing a mask, leaving a safe distance and physical distancing.
The 24th edition of the Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS) starting in July is packed with red-hot retail offers, exciting events and fun for the whole family.
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His Highness also inaugurated the Popular Poetry Centre, inspecting the centre's facilities and departments, and the cultural activities that the centre will offer to enhance the cultural and literary aspect of Khorfakkan.