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WFZE to debut at IREIS

Gwen Kaufmann - Friday, November 22, 2019    

WFZE to debut at IREIS
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The World Free Zone Expo (WFZE) Pavilion, a dedicated, first-of-its-kind event to be held in Abu Dhabi, will bring together free zones under one roof to engage with onshore and offshore companies and business start-ups to facilitate future strategic partnerships and collaborations and highlight promising investment opportunities. The Expo forms part of a series of co-located interactive networking events to be held in connection with the 11th edition of the International Real Estate and Investment Show (IREIS), which will run from October 30 to November 1, 2019 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC). WFZE is poised to become an effective platform for tapping into the many advantages and opportunities within free zones not only in the UAE, but around the world. Antoine Georges, Managing Director of organiser Dome Exhibitions, said: “The World Free Zone Expo will serve as an ideal venue for free zones to engage with onshore and offshore companies and business start-ups to jointly explore future strategic collaborations and cooperation.” Additionally, a new segment themed ‘Start-up Pavilion’ aims to bring together budding entrepreneurs and private and public entities in an environment where they can collaborate and thrive, all in one place. Start-up entrepreneurs will be able to showcase their ventures, meet investors, engage with government organisations, attend knowledge sessions, receive one-on-one mentoring, network with business experts, participate in pitch contests, and pursue partnership opportunities and potential customers. The latest edition of IREIS will feature more than 70 exhibitors from over 20 countries, who will showcase 300 projects to an expected 5,000 strong audience comprising local, regional and global visitors. By offering visitors a snapshot of the international property market as a whole, the show will assist customers in their investment plans, allowing them to explore new and emerging opportunities, regionally and globally.

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