World Luxury Expo to Take Place in Dubai on January 2013!

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World Luxury Expo to Take Place in Dubai on January 2013!
Mon 10-12-2012

The inaugural WORLD LUXURY EXPO will take place at “the world’s most luxurious hotel”, the Burj Al Arab from 15-17 January 2013.

WORLD LUXURY EXPO will showcase the world's leading luxury brands to an invitation-only three-day event to high-net worth private clientele from across the GCC region.

WORLD LUXURY EXPO will feature a broad selection of carefully selected categories including fine art, high-end jewelry & fashion, hand-crafted time pieces, designer furniture and exquisite table settings, automobiles, fine dining, private aviation, and luxury travel.

All participating exhibitors are leaders in their respective fields, executing superior design qualities and always striving for the ultimate in quality and perfection.

Exhibitors will have the option to engage with guests in a variety of unique venues within the privacy of the Burj Al Arab setting.

Exhibition options include luxury hotel suites for private viewings by appointment, discreet meetings, or walk-in inquiries. For main exhibitions, a state-of-the-art double-volume pavilion, architecturally designed specifically for the Burj Al Arab Marina Garden area; this will be known as The Grand Pavilion during WORLD LUXURY EXPO.

For networking receptions and banquets, guests will be hosted in the Al Falak Ballroom, a palatial, two-tiered, circular ballroom in the style of an 18th century Viennese Opera House.

The Middle East remains a crucial component in the sustained growth of the global luxury market. The region has opened exciting growth possibilities for key industry players and continues to be a major destination for a wide range of luxury brands.

Following the Dubai edition, WORLD LUXURY EXPO will continue to the palatial Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh on 10-12 February 2013 and then to Doha and Abu Dhabi, creating an annual signature series of events in all four cities.