“A Trip to the Zoo” a dance production by students of The Ballet Centre Dubai

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The Ballet Centre’s Youngest Students will be performing live on stage on Friday 21st of June at the Emirates International School, Jumeriah

On Friday the 21st of June 2019, the youngest students of the Ballet Centre will be performing a spectacular dance production “A Trip to the Zoo”. This incredible dance show is FREE for dance enthusiast to attend; the show starts sharp at 11:30am till 1:00pm at the Emirates International School’s Auditorium.

 “We are always so pleased to offer a platform to our students to showcase their talent and hard work; “A Trip to the Zoo” will be a highly entertaining dance extravaganza on stage! We are very proud to welcome everyone to come and enjoy the show on 21st of June!” says Mangalika Jayalath – The Managing Director of the Ballet Centre

A Trip to the Zoo is an in-house dance production by The Ballet Centre Dubai and will be held on Friday the 21st of June 2019 from 11:30am till 1:00pm at the Emirates International School’s Auditorium in Jumeriah. The show is open to public and Free to enter.

Event Details: –

Venue: Emirates International School, Jumeria

Date: Friday 21st of June 2019

Time: 11:30am till 1:00pm

For enquiry: Call – 04 3449776 / Whatsapp – 056 118843

The Ballet Centre: Web: http://www.balletcentredubai.comFB & Insta: theballetcentre (dance school)

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen.w2w.pr@gmail.com – 052 – 765 55255

 

تطلق مجموعة الحكير ” منطقة سباركيز لألعاب الواقع الافتراضي” في مدينة ألعاب سباركيز في مول المشرف – أبو ظبي

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تقدم مجموعة الحكير بالشراكة مع مجموعة “إيموشن – بي ال سي منطقة سباركيز لألعاب الواقع الافتراضيوالتي سيتم افتتاحها في مركز سباركيز للترفيه العائلي في المشرف مول أول أيام عيد الفطر وسيتلو هذا الافتتاح اطلاق مجموعة من مناطق ألعاب سباركيز للواقع الافتراضي في أنحاء المملكة العربية السعودية.

ستطلق مجموعة الحكير بالشراكة مع مجموعة “إيموشن – بي إل سي” منطقة ألعاب الواقع الافتراضي المصممة وفق أحدث التقنيات في مركز سباركيز الترفيهي العائلي في المشرف مول أبو ظبي في أول أيام عيد الفطر. سيكون الافتتاح الرسمي لمنطقة ألعاب الواقع عند الساعة 5:00 عصرًا وسيحضى زورا سباركيز بالاستمتاع بتجربة المحاكاة الأكثر واقعية بإضافة بُعد جديد تمامًا للترفيه لعشاق الألعاب.

ستقدم منطقة سباركيز لألعاب الواقع الافتراضي مجموعة من تجارب ألعاب الواقع الافتراضي المتكاملة والشاملة، ضمن حجيرات سينما خاصة وأجهزة محاكاة الحركة والصوت المحيط. حيث تعد لعبة تشيمب أكت/ Chimpact / إصدارًا جديدًا وحصريًا من تجارب الواقع الافتراضي والتي ستكون فقط في سباركيز ، بالإضافة إلى مجموعة من تجارب أيموشن، بما في ذلك Swimming with Humpbacks/ / وهي تعتبر الأولى عالميا في مجال صناعة الواقع الافتراضي.

ستشكل منطقة الواقع الافتراضي قيمة فريدة تضاف إلى خيارات مراكز سباركيز الواسعة للترفيه اللامحدود لجميع أفراد العائلة والتي تضم صالات البولينج وحلبات التزلج على الجليد العائلية والسينما رباعية الأبعاد وخيارات ألعاب مميزة ومتنوعة للكبار والاطفال .

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وقد أضاف السيد / مشعل الحكير / نائب الرئيس التنفيذي لمجموعة الحكير والمدير العام للترفيه:

“لقد كانت الشراكة بين مجموعة الحكير ومجموعة Immotion plc / إيموشن – بي إل سي ناجحة للغاية ، حيث عملنا سويًا بجد لتطوير وتنفيذ الإطلاق خلال شهرين ؛ حيث سيكون الافتتاح في أول أيام عيد الفطر في سباركيز مول المشرف في أبوظبي. وسيتبع هذا الإطلاق أيضاً افتتاح منطقة سباركيز لألعاب الواقع الافتراضي في مول الأندلس في جدة، وهناك العديد من المشاريع الأخرى التي سيتم تهيئتها في جميع أنحاء المملكة العربية السعودية ؛ والتي ستتميز جميعهاً بألعاب وتجارب حصرية من تجارب الواقع الافتراضي.

ستكون منطقة الواقع الافتراضي في سباركيز مخصصة للعائلة بأكملها ، وتتراوح التجارب من Chimpact World Rally ، وهي لعبة محاكاة سباق ممتعة ، إلى Swim with Humpbacks إلى التحليق في الفضاء مع Delta Zero ، فهناك شيء يستمتع به الجميع.

مجموعة الحكير:

مجموعة الحكير هي اسم مرتبط بعالم الضيافة والترفيه منذ عقود. بالنسبة للكثيرين ، أصبح الاسم الأول الذي يتبادر إلى الذهن عند ذكر السياحة في المملكة العربية السعودية أو العالم العربي. بدأت المجموعة في عام 1975 للاستثمار في قطاعات الترفيه والضيافة تحت قيادة الشيخ عبد المحسن الحكير. وعلى امتداد خمسة عقود ، توسعت مشاريع المجموعة لتشمل 91 مركزًا ترفيهيًا و 35 فندقًا منتشرين في المملكة العربية السعودية والإمارات العربية المتحدة.

تواصل المجموعة تطوير استثماراتها السياحية لتقديم أفضل ما تقدمه أفضل الشركات العالمية من خلال جذب الخبرة وإقامة شراكات تعزز عوائد الاستثمار وتحدث فرقاً في مجالات الترفيه والضيافة.

سباركيز الشرق الاوسط:

الموقع الالكتروني: https://www.sparkysme.com/http://www.alhokair

الفيس بوك: https://www.facebook.com/Sparkysme/; https://www.facebook.com/sparkysUAE/

انستجرام: https://www.instagram.com/sparkysme/?hl=en

https://www.instagram.com/sparkys_uae/

تويتر: https://twitter.com/sparkysme?lang=en

https://twitter.com/sparkys_uae?lang=en

 

للمزيد من المعلومات الصحفية، يرجى التواصل مع الآنسة: زارين خان – W2W للفعاليات والعلاقات العامة.

البريد الالكتروني: zareen@w2wevents.com / هاتف متحرك: +971 52 765 55255

 

Saudi based Al Hokair Group launches “Sparky’s VR Zone” at Sparky’s FEC in Mushrif Mall, Abu Dhabi

 

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Al Hokair Group in partnership with Immotion Group plc to introduce Sparky’s Virtual reality Zone in Sparky’s family entertainment Center at Mushrif Mall Abu Dhabi and then after the UAE launch, Al Hokair Group will launch more Sparky’s VR Zones all over Saudia Arabia as well!

Al Hokair Group in partnership with Immotion Group plc will be launching state-of-the-art technology based Virtual Reality Zone at Sparky’s family entertainment centre in Mushrif Mall Abu Dhabi on the first day of Eid Al Fitr; the comprehensive virtual reality (VR) gaming zone will be open to public from 5:00pm onwards to experience the most realistic simulation adding a whole new dimension to entertainment for gaming enthusiasts. After the UAE launch, Sparky’s VR Zone will be making its debut throughout Saudia Arabia as well.

Sparky’s VR Zone will offer a range of fully-immersive VR and gaming experiences, long with cinema pods, motion simulators and wrap-around sound. Chimpact is a new and exclusive edition in Sparky’s range of VR experiences, in addition to Immotion’s portfolio of experiences, including Swimming with Humpbacks, a global first for the VR industry.  The VR zone will add to Sparky’s already extensive options of entertainment for the whole family including, Bowling alleys, family ice rink, 4D cinema, kids, adult’s rides and arcade games.

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Mr. Mishal Al Hokair / Al Hokair Group Deputy CEO & General Manager – Entertainment says, “The partnership between Al Hokair Group & Immotion Group plc has been an immensely successful one, with us working together endlessly in developing & implementing the launch within two months; just in time for an Eid Al Fitr launch at Sparky’s in Mushrif Mall Abu Dhabi. This launch will be further followed by our other Sparky’s VR zone launches in Jeddah Andalus Mall, and many more projects are set to take shape across Saudi Arabia; all featuring our exclusive range of VR experiences.”

Sparky’s VR Zone is for the whole family, experiences range from Chimpact World Rally, a fun racing simulator game, to Swimming with Humpbacks to flying in space with Delta Zero , there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Al Hokair Group:

Al Hokair group is a name that has been tied the world of hospitality and entertainment for decades. To many, it has become the first name that comes to mind when tourism in Saudi Arabia or the Arabian world are mentioned. The group was started in 1975 to invest in the sectors of entertainment and hospitality under the leadership of Sheikh Abdulmohsin Alhokair. Over five decades, the group’s projects expanded to include 91 entertainment centers and 35 hotels spread in Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.

The group continues to develop its tourism investments to deliver the best of what top global companies offer by attracting expertise and establishing partnerships that enhance returns of investment and makes a difference in the fields of entertainment and hospitality.

Sparky’s ME:

Web: https://www.sparkysme.com/

FB: https://www.facebook.com/Sparkysme/; https://www.facebook.com/sparkysUAE/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sparkysme/?hl=en, https://www.instagram.com/sparkys_uae/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/sparkysme?lang=en ,

https://twitter.com/sparkys_uae?lang=en

 

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen@w2wevents.com – 052 – 765 55255

 

The Ballet Centre Dubai is auditioning for “Peter Pan”

 

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On Thursday the 30th of May 2019, the students of the Ballet Centre get an opportunity to audition for the highly acclaimed Ballet production of “Peter Pan”. The auditions are open all dance students who study ballet, tap and modern at the Ballet Centre and are +7yrs. Anyone who is keen to audition, can call and register themselves with the Ballet Centre management on 04 3449776.

Mangalika Jayalath – The Managing Director of the Ballet Centre, says “We are very excited to announce our professional theatrical production of “Peter Pan” showcasing the best of what the Ballet Centre has to offer on stage on 6th of December. We are hosting the auditions for the production on Thursday 30th of May for all aspiring Ballet students; once shortlisted for the show, the students will undergo 14 weeks of training and rehearsals by our extremely talented ballet teachers.”

The auditions will be held on Thursday 30th of May 2019 from 3:00pm onwards at the Ballet Centre in Jumeria. The main show will be held at the Swiss International Scientific School’s theatre on Friday 6th of December 2019.

Audition Details: –

Venue: The Ballet Centre, Jumeria 1

Date: Thursday 30th of May 2019

Time: 3:00pm onwards

To register: 04 3449776 / 056 118843

The Ballet Centre: Web: http://www.balletcentredubai.com; FB & Insta: theballetcentre (dance school)

 

 

Dubai Artists transform fridges of sharing in Ramadan to works of Art!

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High profile food donation initiative gets a visual boost with a collective of 40 local artists picking up paint, aerosol and brush to give community donation points a colorful and creative makeover.

Artists from across Dubai are adding their own colorful commentary to this year’s Ramadan Sharing Fridges initiative with 40 talented volunteers picking up paint, aerosol and brush to transform blank canvas refrigerators into works of art.

The brainchild of Filipino artist couple Cholo and Rosan Juan, who spotted the Ramadan Sharing Fridge in their local neighbourhood and decided to give it a makeover, the duo partnered with the programme organizers to launch @fridgeartindxb in 2018.

Now in its second year, the @fridgeartindxb collective has grown from 29 to 40 artists who have been hard at work creating unique masterpieces each with their own Ramadan symbolism and message.

Other @fridgeartindxb 2019 artists include Anne-Laure Roy, from France who said:  “This initiative not only provides resources for those in need but also re-introduces art into their lives. One of the site workers walked up to me and asked if he could also paint on the fridge as it had been 10 years since he last held a brush.”

Indian artist Shanu Jaiswal is painting two fridges in support of the 2019 initiative. “This year, I wanted to communicate the true essence of a sense of community to reflect the diverse cultures we have here in the UAE, with a message of kindness, love and unity,”

To date, around 46 fridges have already been transformed, with numerous others a work in progress. “We would love to see all the Ramadan Sharing Fridge locations home to a unique piece of art and for anyone who’d like to see their dull grey fridge given a visual makeover for everyone in the community to enjoy, we’d love to hear from you,” said Tantawy, project co-ordinator.

 

The incredible line up of Artists who painted the fridges around town:

Emma Skinner, Candida Miranda, Diyali Ben Bhalla, Priyanka Sodhi, Stainz, Fink22, Mireille Salti, Marlon Moore, Shanu Jaisawal, Samia Benseghir, Sita Shahu, Mariam, Morph, Kiran Shah, Anne Laure Roy, Omar El Bakary, Keenan D’abreo, Jo Amieelyn Tiueco, Scott Baldwin, Eugenia Tenorio, Jessica Risser & Rabab Tantawy.

@fridgeartindxb was Launched in 2016, the Ramadan Sharing Fridges programme is a grassroots initiative, under the auspices of Emirate Red Crescent, that provides access to free food and beverages for local community workers. Dubai residents are invited to donate food items at more than 200 fridges located across the city. In 2018, @fridgeartindxb was launched, in partnership with the programme organiser, to support the initiative and visually raise the profile of this unique programme. For 2019, a total of 40 Dubai based artists, representing multiple nationalities, are transforming fridges around the city.

 

MEDIA CONTACT
For artist interviews or more information on @fridgeartindxb, contact: Rabab Tantawy
Tel.: +971 50 559 5188
Email: fridgeartinitiative@gmail.com
Follow us on Instagram @fridgeartindxb

“Skateistan” is Changing the Story in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa

‘Changing the Story’ aims to raise $60,000 for Skateistan’s creative education programs.

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Skateistan, an award-winning international NGO which combines skateboarding with creative education to empower children, launched a fundraising campaign today which will help them to include even more children in their innovative programs. The campaign is called ‘Changing the Story’ and focuses on how Skateistan’s creative, arts-based education programs help children to shape a better future for themselves.

The charity works in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa and has a focus on reaching children from groups which are often excluded from educational opportunities, such as girls, children living with disabilities and children from low income backgrounds.

Skateistan’s largest program is called Skate and Create which combines skateboarding with creative education. Students follow an art-based curriculum which teaches skills and topics which are not covered as part of their formal education, ranging from human rights and gender issues to recycling projects and gardening. Particularly popular lessons include students making their own shoes and bags, building clocks and imagining their own countries.

Skateistan’s Programs Director Talia Kaufman said:

“Skate and Create is locally designed to help children explore their creativity and discover their talents. With arts-based learning, children develop skills which they may not learn elsewhere, they learn new ways to express themselves. We make the lessons accessible to students of all abilities so everyone is included. Most importantly, the children have a lot of fun learning in the safe spaces we create for them.”

Skateistan also runs an accelerated learning program in Afghanistan called ‘Back-to-School’ which gives out-of-school children the chance to complete grades 1-3 in one year so they don’t miss their chance to attend formal education. Earlier this year, Skateistan’s biggest Back-to-School program cohort to date saw 139 out-of-school children (56 girls and 83 boys) in Kabul and Mazar-e-Sharif graduate and enter public school.

Changing the Story’ will run until 27 June and features the stories of current Skateistan students who have benefited from its creative education.

Skateistan Founder and Executive Director Oliver Percovich said of the campaign:

“At Skateistan, we want to see our students fulfil their potential and determine their own futures. In unstable environments, the future can be a difficult thing to imagine. But by giving children the right tools through our creative education programs, we can help them see how the world could be different and their own role in creating that change.

We need people who share our vision of empowering children through skateboarding and creative education to support this campaign so that we can help more children to change their own stories.”

Student stories:

Pisey* is 11 and lives in Phnom Penh Cambodia. She experienced trauma in her early life but is now learning to express herself at Skateistan. One of her favorite lessons was learning how to make her own backpack.

“I fell down many times from my skateboard, but I keep getting up and trying again. And now, I am not afraid anymore because my teacher motivated me. Skateboarding make me feel happy and forget my fear.”

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Ahmad with his Skateboard 

Ahmadis 13 and lives in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan in an internally displaced people’s camp. Having fled from his hometown, Ahmad was missing out on his education but he attended the Back-to-School program at Skateistan and has now re-enrolled in public school. His favorite lesson explored the meaning of peace.

“Before I went to Skateistan, there was no chance for me to understand value of education and how important it is, but now it’s totally different.”

Nthabiseng* is nine and lives in Johannesburg. Before she came to Skateistan she had no friends and she was always bored. Now she has a good circle of friends and is trying much harder at school. Her favorite lesson involved students making their own sandals.

“Then we learned how to make our own shoes. I didn’t think I could ever make my own shoes that I can actually wear. When I was finished, I wanted everyone to see the shoes that I had made.”

You can find out more about the campaign, read the full stories of the Skateistan students and donate at www.skateistan.org/changethestory.

About Skateistan

Skateistan is an award-winning international non-profit organization empowering children through skateboarding and education in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa. Through their innovative programs, Outreach, Skate and Create, Back-to-School, Dropping In and Youth Leadership, Skateistan aims to give children the opportunity to become leaders for a better world. www.skateistan.org.

Retail People Magazine hails “Mall of Dilmunia” as “The Future of Entertainment!”

The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres & Retailers launched The Retail People Magazine 2ND Quarter issue that will be distributed to over 45 countries in the MENA region.

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Themed, The Future of Entertainment, it features the enigmatic Shaikh Mohammed bin Duaij Al Khalifa, CEO – Mall of Dilmunia, Manama, Bahrain. Mall of Dilmunia aims to differentiate itself from traditional malls, by offering entertainment concepts that will bring families together. In addition, the magazine has a wide range of hot topics from experts such as Heather Longden, Vanessa Hinton, Mike Ellis, Thorsten Heckrath-Rose, Scott Ellis, Alexandre Grellier and a lot more. The magazine will also be distributed in Baku, Azerbaijan during the Spring Board Networking Event on 16th of May 2019

David Macadam, CEO – MECSC says, Retail People Magazine is for everyone linked to retail. The MECSC wants Retail People to be the foremost source of knowledge and information for the retail industry, where our members can have an active voice in the activities of our organization. This edition itself spotlights twenty-five (25) professionals who have contributed their time and effort in writing the articles.”

This issue has also launched a new segment in the magazine; “Country Focus” featuring Bahrain in this edition and highlighting the “Retail Milestones” of valued members and partners who just recently opened their retail stores and also received recognition in the industry.

The Retail People Magazine is released every quarter of the year, the magazine is available to view online and the hard copy is complimentary for all MECSC members. This magazine is a tool for bringing people together, educating, discussing and enhancing our industry and showcasing the retail industry locally, regionally and globally.

To view the latest Retail People Magazine online: http://bit.ly/2XXDJoN

 

About MECSC & MECS + R:

Established in 1994, The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres, with its newly branded name The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres + Retail (MECS+R), has grown over the years and has a strong and closely connected member base of over 1,100 industry professional from all over the Middle East & North Africa representing Retailers, Shopping Mall Owners, Developers, Marketing Managers, Leasing Managers & Specialists, Consultants, Property Managers, Financiers, Accountants, Government Officials and Industry Suppliers. MECSC provides its members with unparalleled local and international business contacts and support through its network of international affiliates.

The Retail People Magazine:

 There is no greatness where there is no simplicity, goodness and truth – Leo Tolstoy. MECSC team believes that the Retail People Magazine delivers on this promise, which is fundamental in creating good business.

Web:http://www.mecsc.org / FB: http://www.facebook.com/MECSC.org

Linkedin: @MECSC.org/LinkedIn: MECSC/ Instagram: MECSC/ Pinterest: MECSC / Twitter: MECSC

For information about the MECSC, please contact:

Email: lea@mecsc.org phone +971 4 359 2186

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen@w2wevents.com – 052 – 765 55255

“Voice on Demand” a new age Podcast Show launched by MECS + R

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David Macadam & Richard Dean hosting Voice on Demand at MECS +R

 Middle East Council of Shopping Centres + Retailers launches the new age Podcast Show (Free) to tune in to on Iphone & Android devices from 1st of May 2019

The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres + Retailers (MECS +R) is launching an original Podcast show “Voice on Demand” from 1st of May 2019. The episodes will be available to listen to on all Iphone and Android devices. There will be new episodes released every, Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday. The Topics and discussions aim to inspire & educate listeners about the retail & shopping mall’s unsung heroes who have spent a lifetime reshaping & redefining the industry, hear their success stories in their own voice.

MECS + R’s Voice on Demand podcast show’s guests will include shopping mall owners, developers, marketing and leasing managers, retailers consultants, property managers, financiers, accountants, government officials and industry suppliers from the retail industry.

David Macadam – CEO of MECS + R says, “We are so excited to launch a revolutionary podcast show, unlike our industry has done before. We are stripping away the cosmetics; the filters and bringing you content that is authentic, inspiring and very real. Voice in Demand will be sharing weekly episodes for listeners starting from 1st of May 2019 and we welcome feedback and guest suggestions from our listeners!”

Some of the episodes that are available on Voice on Demand include, “CROWDPLEASER: The 100 greatest public speaking tips of all time”; “Behind the Shining Success of a Jewelry Business”; “Data Optimization and Security in a Retail Environment”, Retail insights of an Emerging Market & “The Grit behind the Glamour of a Shopping Mall Expert” and more to come weekly online.

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Voice on Demand is available on:

*Apple Podcast (iphone)*
https://podcasts.apple.com/ae/podcast/voice-on-demand-podcast-by-mecs-r-mecsc/id1460644677

*Sound Cloud (android / iphone)*

*Spotify (android / iphone)*

*Stitcher (android / iphone)*
https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=394923

*Website (android / iphone)*
https://mecsc.org/site/podcast

 

About MECS + R:

 

Established in 1994, Middle East Council of Shopping Centres + Retailers has grown over the years and has a strong and closely connected member base of over 1,100 industry professional from all over the Middle East & North Africa representing Retailers, Shopping Mall Owners, Developers, Marketing Managers, Leasing Managers & Specialists, Consultants, Property Managers, Financiers, Accountants, Government Officials and Industry Suppliers. MECSC provides its members with unparalleled local and international business contacts and support through its network of international affiliates.

Web:http://www.mecsc.org / FB: http://www.facebook.com/MECSC.org

Linkedin: @MECSC.org/LinkedIn: MECSC/ Instagram: MECSC/ Pinterest: MECSC / Twitter: MECSC

For information about the MECSC, please contact:

Email: lea@mecsc.org phone +971 4 359 2186

 

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen@w2wevents.com052 – 765 55255

 

 

Middle East Council of Shopping Centres + Retailers launches the 2019 Directory

The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres + Retailers has launched the regions most extensive source to shopping malls, retailers & suppliers, the 2019 Directory includes over 840 Malls, 1000 Retailers and 700 Service providers listed.

The Directory will be available from 5th of May onwards at the MECS +R office.

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David Macadam, CEO – MECS +R says, “The 2019 Directory is your complete guide to the Retail and Shopping Centre Industry, if you’re a stakeholder in this sector, this book is a must have for you. The Directory acts as a guide, listing the most prominent active Retailers and assists you to learn about the Service Providers across the MENA region. It aims to promote, support and bring exposure to all MECSC +R members!”

The MECS + R Directory, is an exclusive publication targeted for the Senior and C-suite Level Executives in the regional Retail and Shopping Centre Industry. We provide this book to all Members for free and we distribute this MECSC + R Directory at all MECSC hosted and affiliated events over the next 12 months.

 

To learn more about the 2019 MECS +R  Directory or participate for the 2020 issue visit:

www.mecsc.org/site/publications

 

You can contact Justin Espiritu at +971 54 320 8359 or publishing@mecsc.org

 

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About MECS + R:

 

Established in 1994, Middle East Council of Shopping Centres + Retailers has grown over the years and has a strong and closely connected member base of over 1,100 industry professional from all over the Middle East & North Africa representing Retailers, Shopping Mall Owners, Developers, Marketing Managers, Leasing Managers & Specialists, Consultants, Property Managers, Financiers, Accountants, Government Officials and Industry Suppliers. MECSC provides its members with unparalleled local and international business contacts and support through its network of international affiliates.

 

Web:http://www.mecsc.org / FB: http://www.facebook.com/MECSC.org

Linkedin: @MECSC.org/LinkedIn: MECSC/ Instagram: MECSC/ Pinterest: MECSC / Twitter: MECSC

For information about the MECSC, please contact:

Email: lea@mecsc.org phone +971 4 359 2186

 

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen@w2wevents.com052 – 765 55255