Registration, getting to the show, events taking place and everything else visitors need to know.
|Dates, Venue & Opening Times|
|Show dates||19 - 21 January, 2020 | 10am - 6pm|
|Venue||Halls 2 – 8, Trade Centre Arena & Sheikh Saeed Halls 1 – 3,
Dubai World Trade Centre
|The exhibition is only open to trade visitors. Individuals below the age of 18 are not allowed to enter the exhibition halls.
2020 venue map
Who should visit
It is vital for industry professionals from the following business sectors to visit the exhibition:
Manufacturer, Wholesaler, Distributor, Import / Export, and Trade Agent
Police Forces, Law Enforcement, Civil Defence, Military / Armed Forces, Customs, Utility Services, Airport, and Port
Architecture / Design, Contractor / Property Developer, MEP Contractor, Engineer, Facility Management, System Integrator, Security System Installer, Insurance, Banking / Finance, Logistics / Freight Forwarding, Hotel / Leisure / Entertainment, Health / Education, Oil & Gas, Education and Training Provider, Consultancy, IT / Network / Telecommunications, Guarding Services and Trade Associations
Visitor Admission – Free Entry
Being a trade exhibition, entry is restricted to trade-only visitors. Registration is compulsory for entry, and visitors have 2 options for registration:
This is the most convenient registration option that helps you avoid standing in queues, waiting and filling up forms to enter the exhibition. Here are some easy ways to get you visitor badges through registering online:
1) Print-at-home badges: Register online to receive your digital badge before the show. Print your badge at home or office to avoid going through the registration counters at the venue.
2) Q-Jump Kiosks: Alternatively, you will receive your self-collection code via email that will allow you to print and collect your own badge at the one of the many Q-Jump kiosks within seconds during the show days.
Added Advantage of Online Registration: Business Matchmaking
Online registration also gives you automatic access to the complimentary Business Matchmaking Program, where you can meet the exhibitors that matter to your business and contact them to set up meeting schedules before the show.
On the days of the show, registration counters and writing desks will be placed outside the halls. Visitors can fill out the registration forms placed on the writing desks and then go to the registration counter to complete their registration formalities.
Please note that your business card would also be required.
Getting to the show
Whether you're an international visitor flying into Dubai, or based in the UAE, here you will find all the information you need to know about getting to the show and staying in Dubai.
- Exhibition grounds
- Travel desk, accommodation and visa
- Transport options and parking
- Venue map
Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Here you can find an overview of the venue, halls, entrance and other important information about the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.The venue
In case you are driving to the exhibition, the venue offers multiple parking facilities around the premises, very close to the exhibition centre. To locate the various free and paid parking spots easily, click here to view the Parking map.