A key, commercial interiors show that forms part of Index 2018 in the Middle East, Reddiplex will be exhibiting at Workspace for the very first time in March 2018. The key objective is to highlight our G2G dry joint brand – ideal for efficient use in glass partitioning.
An annual show that has run consistently for 18 years, Workspace is held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 26th to 29th March 2018. In 2017, it hosted 160 exhibitors from 19 different countries and welcomed 8,912 visitors from 46 different countries. Overall, Index 2017 saw more than 25,000 visitors come through the doors.
Focusing entirely on the commercial interior furnishings market and with a firm eye on the Middle East growth in this area, Workspace is visited by distributors, architects, interior designers, property developers and hotels & resorts; all looking to understand the latest trends and source new products for their commercial interiors.
The GCC region, which includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE, has seen an 8.2% annual growth in the value of commercial building projects, with $74.9m worth of projects due for completion in 2017. Including new build and refurbishments, this presents a huge opportunity for established manufacturers of relevant interiors products that serve the region, given that 10-22% of each project will focus on this area. Furthermore, with the World Cup 2022 due to be hosted in Qatar, the forecast remains strong where commercial building projects are concerned.
How G2G can help Middle East development
An ideal alternative to the use of messy silicone sealants, when installing interior glass panels, G2G was first launched by Reddiplex in 2012. A proven collection of dry joint partitioning profiles, integral adhesive strips ensure fast and clean installation, reducing waste and time on-site. Many high profile projects across the globe have benefited from G2G, delivering a long-lasting jointing system that is aesthetically pleasing.