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GESS Dubai continues to deliver

On the final day for GESS Dubai 2016, exhibitors continued to make key contacts with patrons, who poured into the event.

The general mood inside the exhibition halls reflected levels of excitement and a steady hum of productivity.

Lanie Nation, winner of the GESS 2016 award for Early Years Resources, noted that this year’s event has ultimately been the biggest for her company, Almotahida (Schoopedia).

“Each year it gets better. This is our biggest event and we look forward to it each year. In fact, we always recommend it to other business partners in the education market as the show not to miss,” she said.

The event also had a positive impact on a number of first time exhibitors who are thrilled with the results they have had and are looking forward to next year’s show.

Adem Altan, General Director of Altinar School Collection added, “This is our first year at GESS and already we are looking forward to next year's show, as well as their exhibition in Turkey later this year. In addition to making meaningful contacts, the we were able to observe what other exhibitors are doing in the education sector.”

Altinar School Collections is based in Turkey and exports quality uniforms for schools and businesses to more than 22 countries.

Tareq Saraireh, Business Development Manager of Chalk Talk also lauded the event as a great experience that has assisted his company in meeting key influencers within the UAE and the region. They are also first time exhibitors at GESS.

“It's been a fantastic experience for us to get more feedback on how our product is received in the UAE. We have enjoyed meeting with some of the schools that have been using the free trial of our product. Additionally, we enjoyed making contacts with potential resellers here in the UAE,” shared Quin Chandler of Just2Easy.

Both exhibitors and patrons can agree that GESS Dubai 2016 has been a successful event that has delivered in connecting education suppliers and education providers from across the region and globally.