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Dubai International Jewellery Week

Thank You And See You Next Year

We would like to thank all the organizations, our sponsors, Exhibitors, visitors and all the supporting staff for making our event an overhelming success with space currently reserved for next year
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Exhibitors: 360 
Visitors: 23,964 


Dubai International Jewellery Week brings together manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and industry professionals looking to establish relationships within the UAE and beyond, and come face-to-face with buyers in this highly lucrative region.
Venue: Dubai World Trade Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

True ROI from the Middle East Jewellery Market Dubai International Jewellery Week links wealthy buyers with suppliers attracting a mix of leading international brands, regional distributors, retailers, boutique outlets and hundreds of international exhibitors. Maximise your profitability, launch new collections, generate new business opportunities, while establishing successful relationships at the leading jewellery trade and retail event in the Middle East.

Tourist Information

Business Hours
Government offices open from 7am or 7.30am until 1pm or 1.30pm, Saturday to Wednesday. Some banks, private companies and shops open from 8am to 1pm or 1.30pm, then again from 4pm to 7pm or 8pm from Saturday to Wednesday; others work a straight shift until the evening. Shopping centres are open until about 10pm daily.

Climate
The UAE enjoys extremely pleasant weather during its winter months, from October to May. The rest of the year, temperatures are in the low to mid-40º range. Lightweight summer clothing can be worn for most of the year but temperatures can drop quite sharply at night during the winter months of November to March. Do pack a pair of sunglasses and a hat and sun block no matter what time of year you are visiting.
To view the local weather forecast, click here.

Credit Cards
Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners Club are generally accepted in hotels and larger stores but some retailers offer better bargains for cash.

Culture
The UAE is an Islamic country and Arab traditions influence the lifestyle, yet considerable tolerance is shown towards the Eastern and Western practices of the large expatriate community. There are a number of Christian churches throughout the country as well as Hindu and Sikh temples in Dubai.

Currency
The official currency is the UAE dirham (Dh). One dirham is divided into 100 fils. Notes come in denominations of five, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000. Coins are Dh 1, 50 fils, 25 fils, 10 fils and 5 fils. The government has issued new coins that are smaller than the old ones. Both types remain legal tender. The UAE dirham is fully convertible and pegged to the US dollar at a current exchange rate of US$ = Dh 3.67.

Communications
Global links, including GSM mobile telephones, pagers and Internet connections are world-class and inexpensive. Local and foreign television, radio, newspapers, magazines and books are readily available. Pre-paid GSM mobile telephone SIM cards are available at the airport, and at Etisalat offices and business centres throughout the country.

Electricity
The electricity is 220/230 volts A/C and most sockets are three-pin square. Although adaptors are usually available in hotels, you may want to purchase one before you arrive.

Health
The standard of health care is high throughout the UAE. However, it is expensive, so it's important to get decent travel insurance. The Emirate is clear of all epidemic diseases and is largely mosquito free. No specific vaccinations are required to enter the country however it would be wise to check beforehand if you are travelling from a health-risk area.

Language Spoken
Arabic is the official language, but English is very widely understood and spoken, as is Hindi and Urdu.

Liquor
Alcohol is freely available in restaurants, nightclubs and bars in hotels or in member-only places such as country clubs and sports clubhouses (which often admit paying guests). Restaurants outside hotels do not have a licence to serve alcoholic beverages.

Photography
Film is readily available, as are processing facilities and colour prints which are produced in 15 to 30 minutes. We recommend you ask permission before photographing people in general and Muslim women in particular. Airports, docks, telecommunication equipment, government buildings, military and industrial installations should not be photographed.

Safety & Lifestyle
The UAE's low crime rate makes it one of the safest places in the world to visit – even for women travelling alone. It is however advisable to take the normal precautions to safeguard yourself and your valuables. Dubai is the most liberal place in the UAE and people here are used to Western dress and ways. However, modest dress is recommended in public places. Beachwear is acceptable at beach clubs and hotel pools.

Time
The local time in Dubai is GMT + 4 hours. The time does not change in the summer.

Tipping
Tipping practices are similar to most parts of the world. Where no service charge is included, it is customary to leave 10% as a tip to the service staff.
The Exhibitor Advantage

DWTC provides global companies with the ideal platform to showcase their products and services, network with potential clients and meet with global industry giants. By exhibiting with us you will also have the opportunity to reach the untapped and lucrative markets of the CIS countries, North & East Africa and the Indian Subcontinent.
Dubai World Trade Centre LLC
Dubai World Trade Centre LLC
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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