The Outdoor Design and Build Show

the international outdoor design, construction and landscaping tradeshow
2015-04-13 - 2015-04-15
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+971 4 447 5357
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Outdoor Design and Build, now running for the third consecutive year, is an annual B2B trade show held in Dubai, UAE. The event focuses purely on the design and build for all private and public spaces - including public parks, urban areas, hotels, schools, sport venues and major residential projects. The exhibition is hosted and fully backed by Dubai Municipality and is the only dedicated international platform in the Middle East that caters to the entire spectrum of hard & soft landscape products and services.
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Senior level decision makers visit from key industries, including: • Consultants • Government and Urban Planning Officials • Contractors • Garden Designers • Developers • Leisure Industry Destinations • Hotels • Sporting and Stadium Procurement Managers • Landscape Architects • Garden Centres • Municipality Buyers • Distributors • Procurement Managers • Wholesalers • Public Parks and Horticulture Directors • Retailers
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Why Exhibit? MEET with key decision makers and influencers from the GCC including top consultants, developers, contractors, hotels, schools, hospitals and leisure destinations. GAIN valuable face time with main decision makers from Dubai Municipality. Main departments participating include Public Parks, Building Materials, Heritage and Waste Management Departments. LEARN from fellow industry experts about the latest trends available in the market including new laws, regulations and practices. DISPLAY your products and services and stand out from the rest of the competition in the market. UNDERSTAND how to become a preferred supplier with Dubai Municipality.

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