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UBIFRANCE looks to develop local links

The French Agency for International Business Development, UBIFRANCE, is returning to Gitex this year in a bid to develop stronger commercial collaboration between France and the Middle East.

The French Agency for International Business Development, UBIFRANCE, is returning to Gitex this year in a bid to develop stronger commercial collaboration between France and the Middle East.

Eight companies will be exhibiting at the French Pavilion, promoting the country’s products, services and technical expertise and forging contacts between French and foreign professionals.

The agency will also be showcasing the newly-launched firmafrance.com website.

Visitors to the pavilion will be able to peruse a wide range of printing technology from Armor; which produces inks for coating; Certtone, a printer ribbons re-manufacturer; and Polypore, which makes compatible office printing supplies. Also exhibiting will be Linkcom, which distributes a wide range of telecoms kit, and the Discofone Group, which provides Micro PBXs for very small companies. Also present will be Legrand, a specialist in products for electrical installations and Socomec Sicon UPS. Finally, electronic data storage provider, Verbatim, will also be promoting its range of products.

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