The organisers of Middle East Electricity and Solar Middle East have selected Technical Review Middle East as Official Trade Publication of the 2015 editions of both shows
Technical Review Middle East Issue 2 2015 will also publish a fully-comprehensive exhibition preview of the region's leading power and electricity trade show, Middle East Electricity, as well as providing full coverage ahead of the return of Solar Middle East.
Both exhibitions, which will take place at the Dubai International Exhibition Centre from 2-4 March 2015, will bring together more than 50,000 professionals working in the power generation, transmission and distribution sectors, and will feature thousands of prospective buyers from within the global power, electricity and renewables industries.
The Middle East Electricity 2015 Exhibition Preview will include:
- Special previews of exhibitors and their products.
- Interviews with leading business professionals in the power, lighting, and renewable sectors from across the region, as well as the latest news ahead of the event in both the print edition and online at www.technicalreview.me.
Distributed before and during both shows:
Technical Review Middle East Issue 2 2015 will be distributed before and during both events. You can let event visitors know you are exhibiting in order for them to:
- Schedule meetings with you;
- Drive potential buyers to your stand when they see your brand and stand number in the event preview issue.
This opportunity will enable you to deliver your message directly to key decision makers, buyers, specifiers, electrical engineers and contractors within the power and utilities sectors at Middle East Electricity 2015 and Solar Middle East.
In addition to the visitors and those attending Middle East Electricity 2015 and Solar Middle East, Technical Review Middle East will be also sent to our regular readership of buyers and decision makers throughout the Middle East?s power industry. The magazine has the largest ABC-audited circulation of any similar publication in the region.
Technical Review Middle East
Tel: +971 4 448 9260
Middle East Electricity
Solar Middle East
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