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Make the Most of your visit to arab health 2012!


The Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre is the region’s most


modern, purpose-build centre. It is centrally located in the heart of Dubai’s business district, only 20 minutes from the airport. 2010 saw the opening of the Dubai Metro, and the World Trade Centre stop is conveniently located approximately 100 metres


from the entrance. The venue has all the facilities expected of a world-class exhibition centre including meeting points, VIP lounges, internet and business facilities, hotels and


restaurants. Together, these provide an ideal environment in which to conduct business. In 2009, the Trade Centre expanded into four new halls called the Sheikh Saeed Halls. The new halls complement the existing facility and are supported by the new Trade Centre Plaza that now connects the new metro station with the Trade Centre.


The plaza contains world-class amenities including retail outlets, restaurants and coffee shops, temporary open exhibits and shaded areas around a pro-actively managed open space that will be used to entertain visitors throughout the year. During your visit to Arab Health 2012, we have many different promotional activities for you to get involved with to help you make the most of your visit. For more information visit www.arabhealthonline.com


africa health holiday Giveaway Mediconex


cairo health ProMotion


Come to the stand in the middle of Za’abeel Hall and enter the competition to win an Egyptian Experience holiday as part of your trip to Mediconex Cairo Health in April 2012. Terms and conditions apply.


Fancy going on safari in South Africa as part of your visit to Africa Health in May 2012? Visit the Africa Health stand in the Pavilion to enter the prize draw to be in with a chance to win this fabulous safari holiday. Terms and conditions apply.


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