GITEX Shopper 2016 returns to the Middle East
GITEX Shopper 2016 will take place from 1 - 8 October at the Dubai World Trade Centre
GITEX Shopper 2016 is making a comeback this weekend to offer consumers across the Middle East savings on top consumer electronics.
Taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 1 October until 8 October, GITEX Shopper 2016 promises exciting new product launches and unbeatable offers across the full spectrum of technology, communication and entertainment sectors.
In addition, GITEX Shopper 2016 serves as a playground of novel entertainment features, competitions, prizes and activities that will keep visitors enthralled and engaged from 11:00am to 11:00pm every day of the show. Millions of dirhams in prizes will be up for grabs this year, and will include an car [SUV], dream holidays and cutting-edge tech products given away daily.
"GITEX Shopper has always been an exciting and much anticipated event - as much for consumers as it is for those participating on their stands. This is a show that contributes considerably to the market, bringing new products to the region, and offering retailers and top brands a shopfront with exceptional footfall," said Trixie LohMirmand, Senior Vice President, Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC).
"Waiting has never been so worthwhile - not only will visitors be able to choose from the widest range of the latest products, they'll be saving more by buying at GITEX Shopper. It's unbeatable in every sense," added LohMirmand.
With the wearable tech market forecast to reach a staggering $56bn by 2020, fashionable and functional devices such as the Apple watch, Samsung's Gear Fit2, Fitbit Surge and Garmin's Vivoactive are likely to be in high demand at GITEX Shopper 2016. Virtual reality heads-up displays such as Samsung Gear 360 and Gear VR will also be available.
GITEX Shopper 2016 will take place from 1 - 8 October and will open from 11:00am - 11:00pm every day. This year, tickets for GITEX Shopper will be priced at AED30 for the weekdays and AED35 for the weekend. Entry is free for children below the age of five.