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INDEX is the Middle East and North Africa’s largest and the longest established Interiors and design exhibition which opened its doors to its visitors 2 days ago by H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and UAE Minister of Finance, at the at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
INDEX 2012 is organized by DMG and this year it is taking place for the 22nd time , bringing various local and international interior design companies and industry professionals together for 4 days.
INDEX 2012 hosts over 900 exhibitors from over 45 countries, on a 34,000m2 of floor space, presenting their latest products and innovations to the region in various areas such as Furniture, Furnishings, Couture, Kitchen & Bathroom, Lighting, Textiles, Outdoor Living, Inspire, In Retail, Surfaces & Finishes – and 20 national pavilions, INDEX gives visitors a comprehensive overview of the latest in international design and interiors trends.
The long list of exhibitors includes global interiors and design industry leaders such as: Archetypal Gallery, Ariel, Arte di Murano, Baltus, Blue Rhine, Cappelletti, Cassandra Cucina, Contractor Home, Cover Story, Delta, Ego Paris, Elstead Lighting, Fatih Kiral, Houles Paris, Jet Class, Johnson Tiles, Alef Gallery, LED World, Luc Druez, Mainetti, Nafpliotis Galssfous, Naqsh Gallery, Neil Corder Photography, NIC Gallery, Pasaya, Poly Products, Rame, Siesta / Isilplast Plastik, Simexa Skyline, Soher, Tapicap Carpets, The Horologist, Vinaldi, Wind but unfortunately we won’t be able to see BOCA DO LOBO and DELIGHTFULL at the tradeshow this year.
More than just an exhibition, the event provides attendees with unrivalled access to information, intelligence, contacts and hands on experience. Experts from around the world engage in the industry’s most topical discussions, finding design solutions, facing challenges and seizing opportunities. The show is the gateway to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) providing both exhibitors and visitors with the opportunity to conduct serious business with like-minded professionals.