“Cartoon Art Gallery” has a new home


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The Cartoon Art Gallery is now relocated to a new location in Al Quoz, will be officially inaugurated on August 16th at 7pm.

To celebrate the occasion there will be the opening of the art exhibition “Show your Best”. This exhibition will showcase a variety of Cartoon, Comic, Illustrative works of regional Artist along with other generic works- painting, photography, collectables. Through this exhibition the Artist of UAE will showcase their unique styles of work. The gallery will be displaying their collection of Cartoon and comic artwork, this show is organized to mark the celebrations of the Gallery opening on Thursday 16th of August from 7:00pm onwards.
“The Cartoon Art Gallery is dedicated to our vision in being the premier destination for expression for all ages and cultures, and provide a space where artists can be the ambassadors of peace and friendship through the medium of cartoon art and all other forms. We warmly welcome you to a very enjoyable and unique experience in Dubai.” says Mr Melvin Mathew , the owner of Cartoon Art Gallery.

The VIP guests gracing the event include Mr. Yasser Al Gargawi – Director of Cultural events, Ministry of Culture and Knowledge Development, H.E. Carlos Tavera – Consul General of Peru in Dubai and Mr. Sergio Nostas – Deputy Consul of Peru in Dubai, Consul General of Indonesia  HE. Mr. Ridwan Hassan– Indonesian Consul Sir Murdi Primbani are few of the special Delegates who would be attending the show.

This exhibition will showcase a variety of Cartoon, Comic, Illustrative works of regional Artist along with other generic works- painting, photography, collectables. More than 50 Artist  of UAE will be participating showcasing their unique styles of work. The gallery will be displaying their collection of Cartoon and comic artwork. “I’m so excited to discover so much talent in UAE and happy to host this show welcoming all the creative people and art lovers to our gallery ” says Mrinmay C Sebastian , the Gallery Manager.

The exhibition will be open till 22nd August. The exhibition timing from 18-22 August will be 10am to 6 pm.

Opening: 16th August

Time: 7:00pm onwards

Entry: FREE

For more info contact:04 346 6467

Email : info@cartoonartgallery.org / cartoonartgallery@gmail.com

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About Cartoon Art Gallery:

The Cartoon Art Gallery is the first gallery in the Middle East specifically for the art of cartooning and animation. Located near Zabeel Studio , Street 8 of Al Qouz 1 area of Dubai, the gallery is striving to be the place for independent artists of the region and internationally to showcase their cartoon creations and more .We are here to serve the community with unique exhibits and artistic and creative programs. The gallery is open to exhibits related to animation, cartoons, comics, caricatures, illustrations, concept art, and children book illustration  and other forms of Art. We accept different forms of media from traditional paint and ink to digital prints and video. We also give a platform for Artist  ,both regional and International to showcase,  sale and nurture  art and creativity. It also serve as the head quarters for the International Watercolor Society of UAE( IWS UAE). The best aspect what the gallery offer is that one feeling welcome always, the casual and cool ambience, hope of being a part of the gallery’s future events, finding resources related to art ,feeling of belonging and trust and of course a great space and a friendly team. The gallery also offers services like Exhibitions, Private exhibits, Corporate and private events, Classes and workshops, competitions, seminars and demonstrations, photo and videography and much more.

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


Is the World Ready for Imran?



An insight by : Andleeb Abbas

If everything you have done is being termed as wrong by the world powers then you are definitely doing something right. The united voice of America and India in declaring Imran Khan and the 2018 elections as the worst thing to happen to the country, the region, and the world, is itself a testimony of the danger these countries feel of the possibility of not being able pull the strings over Pakistan. US hyper reaction over these elections is only outclassed by the Indian hysteria. In unison both countries are crying foul play, a danger to the regional peace, and a threat to democracy of Pakistan. European media is more muted but also echoing the same chant.

There are many factors that have made the American policy makers habitual with the premise that whenever they want they can demand, threat, coerce support from Pakistan. They have almost four decades of dictators and democrats of the country towing their line. From General Zia ul Haq to General Musharraf they have worked to ensure complete obedience to their policies even at the cost of the country’s sovereignty and security. America, the champion of democracy, has worked with dictators happily to wage wars on Afghanistan through Pakistan. America has worked happily with democrat leaders who have paid yearly homage to White House and have taken the “Do More” stance as their mantra of foreign policy. With almost 40 years of the command and control style practiced by the White House, the possibility of a government that may not bend their back over the US priorities is daunting and haunting.

The hysteria in the Indian and American media is itself contradictory and self-defeating. An example of this stance is the editorial written by Washington Post declaring Imran Khan as a Taliban sympathizer and an army creation as they quote “he is also the favorite of the Pakistani military, whose overweening power the mainstream parties have been trying to curb”. This is a statement that either reflects ignorance, or bias or irresponsibility. Imran Khan has neither been a product of politics nor the military. The mainstream parties about whom this editorial has made a claim of being otherwise have a history of being sponsored by dictators. Mr Nawaz Sharif the head of Pakistan Muslim League was the prodigy of General Zia ul Haq and was brought and blessed by the dictator in politics. Mr Nawaz Sharif’s allegiance to the General was legendary. The first time he became Finance Minister and the Prime Minister his collusion with the army is on record. An affidavit by General Asad Durrani the Ex ISI head is on record that Nawaz Sharif was paid millions in the 1992 election to defeat Benazir Bhutto. Similarly, the founder of the PPP, Pakistan People’s party, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was the foreign minister of General Ayub Khan for six years before he broke off and made his own party.

These two mainstream parties are also beneficiaries of General Pervez Musharraf. The NRO given by the dictator to these parties to call off all cases on them and allow them to return to Pakistan in return of accepting the General as the President is itself evidence of how they have benefitted from their collusion in electoral politics with the army. History shows that when these parties were let off their corrupt cases by the army they were on the best of terms with them and as soon as their corruption cases were brought to light they would start crying foul.

As long as the army and the courts are willing to mull the “mainstream parties’ corruption” democracy is on track and the minute this corruption lid is off, democracy is in danger and the army is “over weening its power”. Unfortunately, neither Prime Minister Imran Khan nor his party Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf has this love hate relationship with army to make the international narrative factual and credible. Even more flimsy is the Taliban sympathizer tag as America is now doing exactly what Imran Khan has been proposing for a long time i.e that military operations are not a sustainable solution and that without dialogue terrorism will keep on resurfacing. US is now

insisting on dialogue with the taliban in Afghanistan but somehow US is not being termed as a Taliban sympathizer.

The Super powers and the powers to be become powerful due to information infiltration power. The information power houses are the think tanks that exist in these countries who through media penetration internationally and in specific target countries promote a certain angle of politics they want the public to read and believe. The New York Times in an article on “How Think Tanks Generate Endless War”of August 17, 2016 stated that U.S. “think tanks” rile up the American public against an ever-shifting roster of foreign “enemies” to justify wars which line the pockets of military contractors who kick back some profits to the “think tanks,” as explained by retired JAG Major Todd E. Pierce. This article stated that The New York Times took notice of the role that so-called “think tanks” play in corrupting U.S. government policy.

The think tanks operate very methodically and strategically. The highest form of brain seeping starts at State level institutions like Rand Corporation. Later these thoughts are strategically placed and echoed in “allies” like EU and other countries. These are Intelligence agencies that are creating “artificial intelligence”. Remember the Iraq war story spin of “weapons of mass destruction” defame. After killing almost ten million people in this war, this narrative turned out to be just a figment of Tony Blair and George Bush’s imagination. Information warfare uses disinformation and propaganda to condition a population to hate a foreign nation or population or an individual with the intent to foment an opinion, a reaction or even a war. They use psychological “suggestiveness” to create a false narrative of danger from some foreign entity with the objective being to create paranoia within the U.S. and other populations that it is under imminent threat of attack or takeover.

At the secondary level this information war cascades at the local level. The primary level information attracts brand attention to the “wanna be” writers. A well written “secret” document leaks out and is echoed in top academia and think tank corridors. The measure of success from such a disinformation and propaganda effort can be seen when the narrative is adopted by secondary communicators who are perhaps the most important target audience. That is because they are “key communicators” who are either employed directly in the think tanks or indirectly by media houses in local media with top circulation and reputation to give this narrative the credibility and resonance. They in turn start propagating the false narrative even more broadly and to its own audiences, becoming local spin endorsers.

The fact that both Osama bin Ladin or Saddam Hussain were blue eyed productions of US narrative manufacturing factories and later turned into the biggest threat to the world against whom they waged decades of warfare is an example of how individuals and countries are made and destroyed at the convenience of these powerful think tanks with links in target countries. As long as the leaders of the countries who are strategically important are compromised and corrupt the power of the super power becomes stronger. Thus Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iraq have all histories of being used by them for their own purposes in return for aid that goes in the pockets of the corrupt leaders. China and Iran are defiant thus the narrative against them being the threats to democracy and peace are familiar think tank brain infiltrators that create pressure for justifying punitive actions against them.

In this scenario enter Imran Khan. He is not the typical politician with a lust for wealth unlimited; he is not a politician who is starry eyed with being bestowed the blessings of being ordained by the White House; He is not a politician who is going to tow the line of US policies and narrative just because it happens to be popular and convenient; In short the he is not going to be a narrative follower and implementer. So how do you tame this wild horse? You rein him in by building up his profile as a terrorism sponsor. Secondary countries and institutions will readily buy it. India jumps on it and UK and allies echo it. To make him look even more dangerous locally, paint him as an army

stooge who is a danger to democracy. Every day there is an article internationally on this narrative by the top think tank operatives followed by the top local newspapers repeating this message in editorials and op eds. This theme is certified then with interviews given in foreign media by the likes of Hussain Haqqani etc to complete this cry wolf strategy on Imran Khan branded as the latest “weapon of democracy and peace destruction”.

In a world full of intrigue and misinformation, corruption and exploitation, Imran Khan is unreal. He is fighting the political mafias, the media mafias and global narrative mafias; His objective is to make his country strong, independent and developed enough to stand up and be counted in the comity of nations. This doesnot suit our vested interest network beneficiaries; this doesot suit many in our neighborhood and many who want to control countries in our neigbourhood-therefore the ranting and paranoia over his victory in the current elections in Pakistan. Imran Khan being branded as terrorist sympathizer is nothing new as the great Nelson Mandela was on CIA terrorist list till 2008.

It will be difficult to find another leader in the world who before coming into power built 2 world class cancer hospitals with free treatment for the poor and a University in a village that gives international degrees free of cost to the needy-both projects that were declared impossible and unsustainable by most experts. The world is not ready for the likes of Imran khan who has nothing in common with majority of politicians in Pakistan and around the world. But then it is those who are different who make the difference; it is those who are not led but lead that create new pathways; it is those who put the welfare of their nation before their own who inspire and transform. There are not many around the world who choose this untraveled path but ladies and gentlemen let me introduce to you one such person, the Prime Minister of Pakistan-Imran khan.

The writer is a columnist, consultant, coach, an analyst, and a member of Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf and can be reached at andleeb.abbas1@gmail,com. She tweets at @AndleebAbbas


“Get Lit” – a creative awakening  


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 “Get Lit” is an Art Exhibition inspired by millennials’ opening on 20th June at Gallery 76 in DIAC

Gallery 76 will be hosting “Get Lit” – a creative awakening inspired by the millennial generation. The group exhibition opens to the public on 20th of June from 7:00pm onwards, on opening night there will be poetry reading by Namal Siddiqui and Deepak Ohri. The exhibition is open from 20th till 28th of June at Gallery 76 in Dubai International Art Centre.

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Get lit will be featuring the artworks 23 Artists & photographers including Afshan Quraishi, Amal Mahmoud, Kim Oberoi, Priyanka Vijayan, Saima Hasan, Hashim Mohammed, Minika S.K., Sophia Florian, Kavitha Murali Sundar, Sudha Karthik, Meetu Garg, Jacklyn M. Evangelista, Varsha Sureka, Felsa Marie Barut, Laitu AP, Ruba Badwan, Tayyaba Aziz, Gwyneth Rasquinha, Nayma Yasir, Sabeen Ikram, Shiba Khan and last but not the least Tara Kaur Siali AKA Tara who is our youngest artist at age of 2 and a half years old.

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“As a young mother who is also an Artist it was very natural for me to place a paint brush in Tara’s hands rather than an Ipad, we started painting together, experimenting with colors, shapes and creating artworks out of chaos. When w2w posted about the event, I sent across a painting that was done by Tara and myself; I was thrilled that they wanted to exhibit the Artwork and said that art is not defined by age; it goes to show that this exhibition is “Lit says Kim Oberoi (Tara’s mom)    

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The concept for “Get Lit” is inspired by “Millennials” a generation who are defined by technology and often labeled as lazy and unfocused. This show aims to break those stereotypes and shed light on their creative & enterprising side, by offering a platform for them to voice their opinions through art. The art works reflect the millennial ability to constantly re create, innovate and frequently push boundaries of “norm”. “Get Lit” celebrates the misfits, the globetrotters, the explorers, the creators, the eco warriors and the change makers of the community. The show is open to the public, starting on 20th till 28th of June at Gallery 76 in Dubai International Art Centre.


Event Details: –

Venue: Gallery 76 at the Dubai International Art Centre, Street 75b, Villa No 27, Jumeirah Beach Road, Near Town Centre Mall and Behind Mercato Mall.

Event: Get Lit – Art Exhibition

Opening Reception: Wednesday 20th of June 2018

Opening Reception timing: 7:00pm

Spoken word by Namal Siddiqui: 7:30pm

Soulful Ballads by Morries Mana: 7:45pm

Exhibition Dates: 20th – 28th June 2018

FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/1684169971696503/

Gallery Timings:

Sat to Wed: 9.00am to 9.00pm

Thurs: 9.00am to 4.00pm

Friday: Closed

About DIAC (Dubai International Art Centre):

The Dubai International Art Centre (DIAC) is a non profit organization offering an integral environment for artistic expression. It is committed to culturally and creatively enrich the local community by developing, stimulating, nurturing, encouraging and promoting artists, enthusiasts and art.

For further information please call the DIAC office on 04 344 4398

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen.w2w.pr@gmail.com052 – 765 55255




“Self Discovery” a solo art exhibition by Ragini Dewan



The Exhibition opens on 18th of June till 2nd of July at Noon Hotel Apartments in Al Barsha

On 18th of June the Noon Hotel Apartments in Al Barsha will inaugurate the Solo Art Exhibition by Ragini Dewan from 7:00pm till 10pm the exhibition will continue till 2nd of July.  Ragini is a graduate from the National Institute of Design, one of Asia’s most prestigious schools in India; she has been based in the UAE since 1977. As an Artist, she is drawn towards the abstract world of art. She is exceptionally multifaceted and experiments in a variety of art media, using glass, mono-print, acrylics and ceramics to showcase her talent. One of Raginis’ trademarks, however, is her heavily textured art, which helps in portraying an almost 3-D effect. She refuses to stick to one style or medium when working on a piece. Instead, her acrylics and mono-prints rendezvous on canvas and paper just like the colors that she uses to brighten up her glass sculptures.

Ragini Dewan explains, As an artist, I find myself constantly growing and evolving and my artworks reflect my varied style and emotions. I am not afraid to use bold colors to express my constant state of change and self discovery; for me to create is to just “Be”.

The Art exhibition opens to the public on 18th of June at 7:00pm till 10:00pm at Noon Hotel Apartment in Al Barsha, the show will run till 2nd of July 2018.

Event Details: –

Venue:  Noon Hotel Apartment – Al Barsha

Event: Solo Art Exhibition by Ragini Dewan

Opening Reception: 18th of June

Opening timing: 7:00pm onwards

Exhibition Dates:  18th of June till 2nd of July 2018

Entry: Open to Public (Free)

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

Ballet Centre’s annual music show celebrates talent



The Ballet Centre welcomed families & friends of the students along with music lovers to attend this brilliant annual musical show where students dispalyed their immense talents in the performing arts.


The Annual Music Show is an in house production by the Ballet Centre for musicians, dancers and singers of the Ballet Centre.


The Ballet Centre Management (Mangalika Jayalath & Karen Monkhouse)



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


“Enlightened Visions” a spiritual perspective on healing


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“Enlightened Visions” – a solo exhibition of artworks by Pari Sagar from 4th of July till 30th of September 2018 at Bourn Hall Fertility Centre

Art has always been linked with healing effects. In an effort to improve patients’ wellbeing and create meaningful connections between mental and physical health, Dubai International Art Centre (DIAC) in collaboration with Bourn Hall Fertility Centre in Dubai will be showcasing the artworks of renowned artist, Pari Sagar, for a three months period. The show opens on the 4th of July from 7:00pm and will be inaugurated by Mr. Yasser Al GergawiDirector of Cultural Events at the Ministry of Culture & Knowledge Development.


Bourn Hall Fertility Centre has opened its space to offer an opportunity to local artists to display their works and in turn give patients a positive outlook and a warm, welcoming environment when visiting the Clinic.

Pari Sagar – Artist says, “The centre will be adorned by art, each work has history, a story that has been created by reflecting on emotions through colours, rhythm and space. My works are a representation of hope, faith and love in their purest essence. They create a mirror of one’s inner self; to touch the side of one’s personality that is rarely shown in public.”

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The Art Showcase opens to the public on 4th of July at 7:00pm, with a tour of the exhibition followed by an introductory session on Theta Healing by Pari Sagar who is also a certified Theta healer.


“Theta Healing facilitates improvements in your belief systems and physical body. It is a meditative technique that allow you to go into a deep state where brainwaves are slowed to a relaxed mode” explains Pari.

The Artworks will be on display from the 4th of July till the 30th of September at Bourn Hall Fertility Centre. All of the works will be for sale, making it an ideal opportunity to purchase original artwork at reasonable prices.

Event Details: –

Venue: Bourn Hall Fertility Centre (7th Floor, Block C, Al Hudaiba Awards Building, 2nd December Street, Jumeirah 1)

Event: Art Exhibition Showcasing by Pari Sagar

Opening Reception: Wednesday 4th of July 2018

Opening timing: 7:00pm onwards

Exhibition Dates: 4th of July till 30th of September

RSVP on Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1827621614206975/ zareen.w2w.pr@gmail.com & jannat.a@bournhall-clinic.com


+Sized – Plus Size in the Creative Industry




An event to discuss the lack of plus size representation in the creative industry on 10th of June at ASLI Studios

ASLI Studios will be hosting an alternate Iftar on Sunday the 10th of June from 7:00pm till 10pm, “+Sized” – an event to give voice to the lack of plus size representation in the creative industry.


Topics to be highlighted at the event include Fit vs Fat, What is +size?, Why is the creative industry not catered to the +size? How to train during Ramadan? The experts onboard representing the panel include, Hala Barghout – Dietician & Fitness instructor, Chantal Brocca – Lingerie designer, Aseya Atiq – Plus Size Model, Shukriya – renowned blogger, will moderate the session. The event will also host s apoken word session by Qutouf Yahya – Writer & Poet – Cofounder of Backyard poetry & Alysia Knowles – Spoken Word Poet & blogger.


Stavros Antypas – International Community Manager says, “As ASLI we stay true to our name and find ourselves sharing “real” issues, stereotypes and biases that are prevalent in our industry. +Size is an event to offer a narrative to this topic and inspire genuine inclusion of plus size within the creative community. I find myself very fortunate to have this incredible platform at ASLI, and I am determined to use this reach to create a positive change in the region.”


+Sized will be held on Sunday 10th of June from 7:00pm till 10:00pm it includes Iftar and will be live-streamed on facebook powered by UBMS. Fuji has set up a photo booth to re-create posters of iconic women from the creative industry and Val will sponsor makeup for the unlimited polaroid’s at the event.


Event Details: –

Venue: ASLI Studios at OSN in Media City

Event: +Sized

Timing: 7:00pm till 10:00pm

Topics include:

Fit vs Fat

What is +size?

Why is the creative industry not catered to the +size?

How to train during Ramadan?

About ASLI:

Meaning – real, genuine, original, pure, one – of – a- kind, native, local, the real deal – In Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, Farsi, Turkish, Swahili, Malaysian, Indonesian.

ASLI is a unique licensing ecosystem curated across multiple genres. Non fiction and scripted content from as short as 30 seconds. Unlike commissioned or coproduced content, creatives’ retain IP in their work and create a steady income stream. ASLI content is borderless, subtitles in English and Arabic and free for the public to enjoy.


For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events &pr – Email: zareen.w2w.pr@gmail.com052 – 765 55255


“Music for all” at the Ballet Centre Jumeria



The Annual Music Show is open to the public on 7th June from 4:00pm onwards

On Thursday the 7th of June 2018, talented students from the Ballet Centre of ages 6yrs till 18yrs will perform live at the Center as a part of the Centre’s annual initiative to offer platform to the creative talent. The Ballet Centre welcomes families & friends of the students along with music lovers to attend this brilliant musical show.

Mangalika Jayalath – The Managing Director of the Ballet Centre, says “At the Ballet Centre we are constantly engaged in developing and training the talent and every year it’s truly a pleasure to see the hard work pay off when these students take the stage to perform live!”


The Annual Music Show is an in house production by the Ballet Centre for musicians and singers of the Ballet Centre, it will be held on Thursday 7th of June and is Free event open to the public – The show will begin from 4:00pm onwards.

Event Details: –

Venue: Ballet Centre, Jumeria 1

Event: Annual Music Show

Event Date: Thursday 7th of June 2018

Timing: 4:00pm onwards

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

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen.w2w.pr@gmail.com052 – 765 5525

“Invisibles” a visual archive on the sparing identified tribal clans of India  



A Photography exhibition by Hari Menon

PT (Paws Trails) Explorers the global platform for photographers presents “Invisibles”, this pictorial narrative is an attempt to unearth the concealed gems and unravel their mystic splendor of a forgotten population. The exhibition will be depicting 30 images capturing communities that inhibit the rustic terrains and peripheries of India by Hari Menon.


Nisha Purushothaman – Event Organizer & Co Founder of Paws Trails Explorers explains, The title ‘Invisibles’ is an undeviating revelation of the several veiled civilizations with ethnicities and traditions of their own which thrives in our midst but has remained clandestine. With enigmatic rituals and sacraments revolving around the pivotal elements of Earth, Fire, Water and Air, they are distinct from the typical cult and leave the onlooker mesmerized.”


Hari Menon is an instinctive photographer; his magical touch is evident in the numerous photos he has taken ranging from stills to faces, and abstract to reality. He is known to capture images from day to day life and render them immortal. His play of colors and shapes in the photos he clicks talk deeply about his passion and love for photography. He hails from a beautiful village near Cochin called North Paravur.


Event Details:

Opening Night: Thursday, May 10th 7:30 pm
Exhibition opens till 13th May

Talk on Travel Photography by Hari Menon
On 11th May, 9:30 to 11:30 pm

Timing: May 10th: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
May 11th to 13th: 9 am to 10 pm
Venue: The Gallery of Light, DUCTAC, Mall of the Emirates, Dubai

About Paws Trails Explorers:

Paws Trails Explorers is a global platform for sharing, caring, and getting closer to nature. It is a collective dream of a group of dedicated nature lovers. The idea whose seed was sown when we explored the world together in search of breath-taking images. The seed which germinated when we set out to right the wrongs done to the environment by planting trees around the world, that seed is now a small plant, waving its tiny branches and baby leaves, asking for attention from the world.

Web: www.pawstrails.com

Email: email@pawstrails.com

FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/PTExplorers/

Instagram: PawsTrailsExplorers

For information about Paws Trails Explorers, please contact:

Email: pawsintouch@gmail.com
Mob: 055 521 5315

For more press information, please contact: Zareen Khan – W2W events & pr – Email: zareen.w2w.pr@gmail.com052 – 765 55255






Middle East Council of Shopping Centres’ Next Generation Networking Event in Riyadh


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MECSC’s Next Generation Events – connecting retail professionals across Middle East

The Middle East Council of Shopping Centres will host the Next Generation Networking reception on Monday 7thof May from 6:30pm till 9:00pm at the Crowne Plaza Riyadh RDC Hotel & Convention, Riyadh, KSA.

David Macadam, CEO, MECSC says NextGen in Riyadh will offer a promising Networking platform to its members. This event aims to bring together specialists from the Retail industry to share knowledge & contacts; we encourage everyone who is linked to the retail and shopping mall industry to attend this event and avail this unique platform to network and grow their business.

The NextGen Networking Event brings retail industry professionals together in an environment to facilitate business development, knowledge-sharing and networking. Middle East Council of Shopping Centres’ (MECSC) primary goal is to bring together regional leaders and professionals under one roof to network with key players in the retail sector and enable to meet and build relationships.


Main Sponsor: Al Raid’ah

Platinum Sponsors: V-Count, Granada Centre, & Line Investments and Property LLC

Gold Sponsor: Al Rajhi Investment

Bronze Sponsors: UAPM & Saudi Bonyan

Lanyard Sponsor: Capacita

 Event Details:

 Date: 7th of May 2018

Time: 6:30pm until 9:00pm

Venue: Crowne Plaza Riyadh RDC Hotel & Convention, Riyadh, KSA.

To RSVP for this event, please click the link Register Online or visit www.mecsc.org for more details.

Contact: +971 4 359 7909