World Trade Center
To be the leading commercial, residential,
exhibition & convention centre in the
Middle East and adjacent regions, complementing
the Dubai governments initiatives
and benefiting the local community through
a dedicated team exceeding customer expectations.
Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) was built
by H.H. Sheikh Rashid bin Saeed al Maktoum,
Vice President and Prime Minister of the
UAE and ruler of Dubai. DWTC is considered
one of Dubai's premier landmark properties
and business locations. Today, the complex
comprises the original 39-storey office
tower, eight exhibition halls, the Dubai
International Convention Centre, which can
accommodate more than 6,500 delegates in
its multipurpose hall when set in auditorium
style, a business club, and residential
apartments with a leisure club.
Dubai World Trade Centre has been at the
forefront of exhibition organising in the
Middle East for more than 20 years. The
professional expertise of the DWTC has guaranteed
the success of all exhibitions organized
by DWTC, in addition to international exhibitions
featuring health, oil & gas, food, construction,
interior design, fashion, consumer electronics,
education and motor vehicles.
Recognizing the importance of an effective
marketing tool to promote its exhibitions,
the Dubai World Trade Centre has developed
and maintained the biggest and most comprehensive
database in the region. DWTC staff work
daily on updating all information held on
this database. The database can be sorted
by business sector, gender, nationality,
title or simply by country.
The success of the exhibition business at
the Dubai World Trade Centre greatly contributes
to the success of Dubai in establishing
its reputation as the business hub of the
Middle East and the neighboring countries.
The Dubai World Trade Centre exhibitions
offer not only a window to the Gulf but
also access to the vast and lucrative markets
of the CIS countries and the Indian Subcontinent.
Another major factor behind this resounding
success is the ability of the DWTC management
to respond to specific market needs by creating
new exhibitions that cover all the trade
fields in the Middle East where face-to-face
contact is the major key for business success.
the exhibitions and conferences that it
organized and hosted in the past few years,
the DWTC has supported the role of Dubai
as a commercial and cultural meeting point.
The DWTC has been directly involved in introducing
international companies and institutions
to the Middle East markets and to the local
cultures, as well as providing an ideal
business atmosphere for Gulf and regional
companies to promote their products and
services to the Middle East and the world.
addition to the exhibition business, the
Dubai World Trade Centre operates, leased
space for offices within 33 of its 39 storey
tower, the Conference Facilities, the Dubai
World Trade Centre Furnished Apartments,
the Executive Serviced Offices and the Arabic