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Participant registrations for Gitex Shopper 2013 sold out completely

One of the largest and most anticipated consumer IT and electronics show in the Middle East, namely the Gitex Shopper, has been sold out completely, with some of the world’s top brands and biggest names in the retail sector having confirmed their participation in Gitex Shopper 2013.


The eight-day show, due to be held from 5th October to 12th October at the Dubai World Trade Centre, follows an earlier Gitex Shopper Spring edition which met with record success for an inaugural show in the Middle East.


With the consumer electronics market in the UAE currently worth $3.9bn, and likely to grow even further to $4.3bn by 2015, the UAE continues to be a major market in the Middle East.


Gitex Shopper offers retailers with the ideal platform to tap into a growing market of tech-savvy consumers seeking best deals on latest consumer electronics products available.


Gitex Shopper organizers have announced an unprecedented line-up of entertainment features and competitions and prizes this year.


Gitex Shopper continues to play a major role in the bottom line success of the region’s power retailers participating in the show, helping to generate millions of dollars in revenue and offering access to a consumer audience that actively awaits for the show to purchase latest products in the market, said Trixee Loh, the Senior Vice President, Dubai World Trade Centre, and organizer of Gitex Shopper.


Gitex Shopper enjoy strong brand equity in the region, as demonstrated by phenomenal success of the first Gitex Shopper Spring event launched in April this year, he said.


Posted on 29/8/2013


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