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Mobil Powers Carcility

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Carcility chooses Mobil 1 as their preferred lubricant brand

Carcility, the region’s first online platform and mobile application launched to assist discerning car owners, has entered into an agreement with Ema Lubricants (ExxonMobil-GIBCA) JV to exclusively promote Mobil lubricants on their on-line platform.

Speaking on the occasion, Anirudh Vallikkat, Co-Founder, Carcility, said, “Carcility aims to solve the pain points of identifying a reliable workshop and in assessing cost before hand for a hassle free service.

“Carcility is focussed on empowering customers to reach credible service providers at affordable prices, with no hidden costs or fees. We provide a transparent platform acting as a link between service providers and customers. And with this arrangement, customers can now reap the benefits of Mobil’s leading-edge automotive technology.”

The easy to use Android and IOS app is available for download to customers free of cost.

Philippe Dupin, General Manager, EMA Lubricants Company LTD (ExxonMobil JV) said, “We are delighted with this agreement as Mobil adds a new dimension to the car service industry.

“Customers can now insist on using a quality lubricant for their cars. With the well spread out network of Mobil 1 centres, proximity will never be a problem, as customers are sure to find one close to their work or home, saving on time, or they can choose to buy Mobil products online at Carcility.”

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Dubai International Content Market Starts Tomorrow

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Dubai International Content Market – DICM, the dedicated marketplace for buying, selling and co-producing content in the MENA region, will kick off on the 9th of December 2019 at Jumeirah Beach Hotel Conference Centre in Dubai.

Running until the 10th of December, the premier content fair DICM comes at an opportune time, as Dubai, which is located in the heart of the Middle East and North Africa region, has recently been named the capital of Arab Media for the year 2020 and it is certainly at the forefront of content creativity owing to a number of factors which are unique to MENA region.

Keeping this in mind, this year, DICM is expected to attract over 500 visitors and participants from across the region and the world over the 2 days and witness the participation of 20 renowned speakers from the content landscape, who will offer their unique practical insights on the most recent trends and topics in the media, entertainment and content market.

For the latest edition, DICM features a comprehensive conference agenda with a host of engaging sessions and insightful panel discussions on a number of key trending topics in the content market. In a session titled ‘Global Streaming Players and Local Content’ experts will offer their key insights on various topics such as ‘Global Value for Local Content’, ‘Audience Engagement’ and ‘Focus on Mena’ while another session under the title ‘The Pay TV and Online Video Market in MENA’ includes discussions on ‘A brief outlook of the state of the online subscription video market in the MENA region’. In addition, in a separate session titled ‘Theatre Audience in the Age of Streaming’, experts will speak about ‘Cinema Expansion in Saudi Arabia’, ‘Cinema vs OTT’ and ‘Local, Regional or International Content’ and other such topics. In addition, a special focus will be given to local trends, where content from South America and India has gained increasing popularity, confirmed by the participation of Caracol from Colombia, Televisa from Mexico, Record TV from Brazil along with the presence of a number of established brands from India such as Toonz, IndiaCast and GoQuest.

Commenting on the occasion, Vlad Borovina, Project Manager, Dubai International Content Market said, “We’re very excited with the list of participants for this year’s event. It shows that content is very much alive and growing in the region both in terms of creating it and consuming it.”

He added, “With an increase of 50% in the number of exhibitors, DICM positions itself as a ‘go-to’ event in December for those interested in a business-oriented and cost-effective market in the Middle East region.”

This year, DICM is expected to attract more than 60 media, entertainment and content brands such as Warner Bros, Viacom, A+E Networks and Inter Medya from over 30 countries. With the aim of offering superior ‘easy-to-work’ solutions to exhibitors and keeping abreast with the latest in the industry, DICM aims to facilitate personalized business-to-business experiences, inclusive of outstanding turnkey exhibiting concepts such as the hugely popular ‘Plug-and-Work’ concept as well as pre-arranged B2B meetings, individual networking assistance and opportunities for exclusive screenings.

Moreover, DICM provides exhibitors a chance to establish themselves in the fastest growing content market in the MENA region while also offering them a unique opportunity to build robust relationships and partnerships with major players in the local market.

Dubai International Content Market – DICM is organized annually by INDEX Conferences and Exhibitions – a member of INDEX Holding and supported by Abu Dhabi Media, Dubai Film and TV Commission and mena.tv.

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Expo Centre Sharjah Delegation to East Africa Reviews the Centre’s Prominent Economic and Cultural Events

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The Expo Centre Sharjah highlighted its remarkable participation within the SCCI’s fifth trade mission, represented by the SEDC, to Kenya and Uganda.

During the visit, the Centre delegation reviewed the essential role and strategic position of Expo Center regionally and globally, highlighting the most prominent economic and cultural events organized and hosted annually by the Centre, most notably, the 16th edition of the steel and metal industry exhibition “SteelFab”, which will be held in 2020 and the international exhibition for plastic, printing and packaging Industry “PlastiVision Arabia 2020”.

Headed by Sultan Shattaf, Sales & Marketing Director, Expo Centre Sharjah, the members of the delegation held several meetings with representatives of economic sectors in both Kenya and Uganda, where they discussed the mutual cooperation prospects, utilization of the Expo Centre’s facilities and services for exhibitors, investors, and visitors, as well as sharing experiences and best practices in the exhibitions industry.

Enhancing Sharjah’s Status

Speaking on the Centre’s participation in the fifth trade mission to East Africa, Sultan Shattaf stressed the importance of regionally and internationally promoting the events hosted by the Expo Centre to ensure the effective participation of international companies in such events and reinforce Sharjah’s position in the exhibitions and conferences industry.

“During our meetings with Kenyan and Ugandan businessmen, we focused on the Centre’s privileges and services provided to exhibitors to showcase their services and products, meet with potential partners, expand their businesses, and penetrate new markets,” Shattaf noted.

He added: “Our participation aims primarily to reinforce the Centre’s reputation and develop its events, in accordance with its strategic plan 2018 – 2022 and the schedule of its foreign visits. This includes the attendance and participation in Sharjah’s trade missions to promote the Expo Centre, as one of the most prominent places for organizing and hosting the specialized exhibition across the region, and to establish partnerships with leading entities in the exhibitions industry.”

Promoting SteelFab 2020

In the same context, the Centre delegation discussed with the Ugandan and Kenyan officials the participation mechanisms in the 16th steel and metal industry exhibition “SteelFab” and how to take advantage of facilities and services provided for investors and exhibitors.

Shattaf highlighted the great interest of the officials in both countries to actively participate in the upcoming edition of “SteelFab 2020”, which is the largest exhibition of its kind.

“SteelFab is perfect opportunity for companies to learn closely about the latest technology and modern devices that help provide fast return on investment and limited cost to manufacturers of various types of metal structures, and other effective and safe processing solutions for sheets, sections, and barriers, as well as advanced systems, solutions and technologies to support lifting and material handling operations in various industries while ensuring the highest levels of safety and other benefits.

The Expo Centre delegation also underlined the importance and status of the Centre for those wishing to promote their products and services, foster their presence in the Emirati markets, so as to have easy access to Gulf and Middle East markets, through the wide range of exhibitions organized and hosted by the Centre, which enhanced its position on the regional and international exhibitions industry map.

This, in turn, has contributed to enhancing Sharjah’s position on the map of exhibitions and global business tourism.

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Bargain Furniture Fair Coming up in Sharjah – Furniture 360, 11-14 December 2019

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With the onset of the festival season, residents looking for best quality furniture and furnishing materials can bank on an upcoming consumer fair in Sharjah.

Showcasing the widest range of products from fast-moving high-volume items to high-end designs, at bargain deals, the inaugural home furnishing exhibition Furniture 360 will bring together leading brands and stores in the country and the region.

The Furniture 360 will be held at Expo Centre Sharjah from December 11 to 14, 2019, helping residents spruce up their bedrooms, living areas, kitchens, bathrooms, children’s areas, and outdoor living areas.

“The Furniture 360, as the title suggests, is the most comprehensive event of its kind in the region that covers all the segments of the furniture and furnishing industry. Besides, we are also adopting a 360-degree approach, from targeting both exhibitors and consumers all the way through display, turnout and purchase, to ensure that right from the inaugural show, the Furniture 360 will be an important event,” said Mr. Saif Mohamad Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.

“Showcasing what’s best, what’s next and what’s possible for residential and commercial interiors, Furniture 360 will be targeted at general consumers who can expect the widest range of products at rock-bottom prices as exhibitors will be looking at clearing their year-end inventory during the ongoing festival season,”

Apart from choosing what can be in sync with their living space, residents looking at refurbishing their homes during the festive season can rely on the show to take home some of the leading local, regional and international brands at affordable prices since exhibitors will be catering for every budget, style and level of the market.

Some of the exhibitors who have confirmed their presence at the show include Royal Furniture, Home Centre, Tylu Kreations, Al Nukhbah Al Alamiah kitchens, Kaleidoscope General Trading, Al Intisar Décor, Choice Global Fzc, Grass it up general trading llc, Adriatic kitchens, Kitcherama Ind. LLC, Flamingo Furniture Factory LLC, Felicita Gift Trading LLC, Manar Al Raies Home furniture, Al Sadeem, Aalya Gallery, Abeer Alkhalifah Art, 3d Artworks Gallery, Homestyle, AAsons, Sanjana, Komax, Omada, Mabis, Brabantia, Burco, Happycall, Cloer, Fundix, Everin, Hararah, Duralex, Enjoy, Wilmax, Givani Furniture, La Casa Di Caesar Hamburg, Light & Living, Zennova Carpet, Winds Trading LLC, Windcera, Wt-Easycare, Venus, Meadows, Ascot, Clayton ( for KSA ), Hawkins (for KSA), Home box, among others.

The exhibit profile includes home, hospitality, outdoor and leisure furniture, home décor and home textiles, kitchenware, home appliances, garden equipment and tools, and camping and leisure accessories, among others.

Organised and hosted by Expo Centre Sharjah, the Furniture 360 will be open from 10 am to 10 pm on all days. Parking is free. While the entry fee is Dhs 5, kids below 12 enter for free.

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Brexit uncertainty likely to persist beyond the UK election

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In June 2019, we noted that Brexit uncertainty has been a persistent drag on the UK economy since the June 2016 referendum when the UK narrowly voted to “Leave” the EU rather than “Remain” in the EU. In that article we and anticipated that a general election, or second referendum, would be necessary.

The outlook for economic growth is one of the main determinants of the strength of a currency. The British pound (GBP) fell sharply after the 2016 referendum and remains 17% below the average of the previous 5 years (see Chart). This illustrates the market concern about the negative impact of Brexit on the outlook for the UK economy.

Since our last article, Boris Johnson has taken over as the British Prime Minister (PM) and renegotiated the deal with the EU on the Withdrawal Agreement. However, he was unable to push it through the British Parliament by the 31 October deadline. After losing numerous votes in Parliament, PM Johnson was forced to request a further extension of the Brexit deadline to the 31 January 2020.

The hardest form that Brexit could take is often referred to as “No-deal”, whereas remaining in the EU is effectively the softest form of Brexit. PM Johnson’s deal with the EU on the Withdrawal Agreement implies a harder Brexit than most of the options being considered during the summer of 2019.

That alone would imply a weaker outlook for the UK economy and British currency (GBP). However, GBP has rallied 7% since early October 2019 when PM Johnson failed to push his deal through Parliament and called a general election to be held on the 12 December 2019. In our view, much of the “No-deal” tail risk was priced out of both FX spot and options markets.

The Conservatives and Labour parties have dominated British politics for many years. However, fractures into “Leave” and “Remain” camps run through both main parties, making future voting patterns less predictable than ever. The main parties have different views for Brexit. So we consider three scenarios.

First, if a Conservative government were to be elected with a workable majority, then Brexit would move forward faster, with PM Johnson’s deal likely to be passed soon after the election.

Second, if a Labour government came to power, then PM Corbyn would attempt to renegotiate a new Withdrawal Agreement. He would then call for a second referendum, which would prolong uncertainty but also open up a path to “Remain”.

Third, the election may result in a hung parliament or weak minority government, barely able to forge a coalition. While this would raise the possibility of a second referendum, it could also bring “No-deal” back on the table and prolong uncertainty.

Back in June, opinion polls suggested that a general election would lead to a hung parliament with Labour as the largest party. However, the most recent opinion polls are indicating a clear majority for the Conservatives. Indeed, the latest prediction by pollster YouGov is that the Conservative party would win 359 seats and deliver PM Johnson a working majority of 68.

PM Johnson’s promise to “Get Brexit Done” is a powerful slogan for the election. However, a trade deal with the EU could not be discussed before the a Withdrawal Agreement is implemented and will likely be even more difficult to negotiate. Therefore trade negotiations and Brexit uncertainty are likely to drag on well beyond the December 2020 deadline set by PM Johnson in all three scenarios.

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Airbus supports Grand Prix Abu Dhabi with latest Radio Technologies

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Airbus, a leading provider of secure communications and collaboration solutions, was chosen as the official secure communications technology provider for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The Formula 1 race security teams and coordinators, used the company’s Tetra network solutions to safeguard the venue and secure smooth performance during the event which took place between the 28th of November and 1st of December, 2019.

The company’s superior solutions were used by different security organizations in Abu Dhabi, assisting them with their secure radio network at the event. Airbus supplied their range of Tetra radios, including the TH9Th1n and the THR880i; as well as their RCS- Radio Communication Systems for the race site.

Airbus’s TH9 terminal has advanced and practical features with voice feedback abilities assisting first responders in critical situations. The TH1n Tetra radio is slim and light and allows users to operate the radio remotely. The THR880i plus handheld radio has a unique, 2-sided design that no other radio offers. The Radio Console System, used by the security personnel, is a modern Tetra dispatching console for control room dispatchers to easily and quickly access Tetra communication features.

 “The Formula 1 Grand Prix in Abu Dhabi is a major event, drawing in people from different parts of the region, and the world. We are proud to collaborate with the concerned security agencies and our priority is to ensure smooth, effective, and secure communications for all the security personnel during such events. Such occasions are central to our efforts to provide secure mission critical communications in the UAE, in order to keep safe, visitors and participants alike.” Commented Andrew Forbes, Head of Middle East and North Africa region for Secure Land Communications at Airbus.

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ENEC Hosts Knowledge Sharing Forum Focused on Business Continuity Management

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Representatives of UAE government entities shared best practices in business continuity management discussing the value it brings to businesses

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has hosted a Knowledge Sharing Forum in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The forum convened representatives and delegates from a diverse range of UAE government entities. Attendees learned about latest best practice in business continuity management within the peaceful nuclear energy industry and how these best practices can be implemented across other sectors.

The forum is a result of ENEC’s commitment and continued efforts to support the UAE’s successful transition into a knowledge-based economy and society. Through sharing knowledge, engaging with local stakeholders and setting new standards of industry excellence, ENEC aims to support growth and continuous improvement throughout Abu Dhabi and the wider UAE.

The peaceful nuclear energy industry in the UAE maintains the highest levels of safety, quality and security, in part by implementing comprehensive business continuity plans, and ENEC is keen to share and discuss its experiences with representatives from other sectors of national importance.

Participants had the opportunity during the forum to facilitate dialogue on this critical topic, and share ENEC`s experiences in implementing business continuity management systems within the context of the peaceful nuclear energy industry.

Since its establishment a decade ago, ENEC has striven to meet or exceed the highest international standards of safety, quality and security in its planning and operations, which has led to the UAE Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program’s status as an international role model for new nuclear energy projects.

At ENEC and its subsidiaries, safety is the number one priority and significant attention is directed towards continuously developing its people and processes and encouraging innovation in this regard. Forming a part of business continuity management, such continuous improvement is crucial to the long-term sustainability of every business or industry, and the topic formed one of the many important subjects discussed during the Knowledge Sharing Forum.

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International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) Partners Forum Highlights Immense Strength of Islamic Finance Globally

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The International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC), a member of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDB), today concluded its Partners Forum 2019: Investing for Impact in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Hosted at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, under the auspices of H.E Dr. Bandar Hajjar, President of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDB), the one-day event provided delegates with an opportunity to better understand how Islamic Finance across the globe is increasing trade and improving lives, contributing to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

ITFC CEO Eng. Hani Salem Sonbol steered far reaching discussions with key partners who assist ITFC in achieving its mission as the preferred provider of trade solutions across the Islamic world. In his opening speech, he reflected on the scale of the ITFC’s developmental impact, highlighting how, In just 11 years, ITFC has provided $50 billion worth of trade financing in more than 750 financing transactions to all types of clients in member countries. These range from sovereign, public and government-related entities and financial institutions; to banks, private-sector corporations, and SMEs. These investments are improving the lives of people from all walks of life – farmers, workers, traders and poverty-stricken people in 51 members countries in Middle East, North Africa, Sub-Sahara Africa, South-Asia and CIS Regions. It is a record that our Partners should be proud of.

ITFC was joined by a host of local, regional and international finance institutions alongside official delegates from Pakistan and other member countries.  Sharing his perspective on the importance of increasing trade among OIC member countries, H.E. Muhammad Hammad Azhar, Minister for Economic Affairs, Government of Pakistan, stated, “It is absolutely critical for OIC member countries to strengthen their ties, so that citizens in all of our countries have the chance to improve their lives through free trade and economic opportunity. For Pakistan, there are enormous opportunities to boost exports and enrich value chains with our friends and partners in other regions. The strengthening of regulatory frameworks, financial institutions and support for SMEs in growing industries is a priority for us and we look forward to working with international partners to achieve these objectives.”

In addition to Partner banks from OIC member countries attending the Forum, the African Export Import Bank and Saudi-based NCB also took part in high-level panel discussions.  Closing out the Forum, the top syndication partners of ITFC were recognized in an awards ceremony.

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Moody’s Analytics Launches Credit Sentiment Score™ Solution

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Moody’s Analytics, a leading provider of financial intelligence, today announced the launch of the Credit Sentiment Score™ solution, a new tool that uses natural language processing and textual analytics of news media to identify signals of credit impairment in companies.

The solution captures any signs of overt or potential financial distress resulting from events such as default, bankruptcy, debt restructuring, covenant breaches, liquidity concerns, lawsuits, corruption scandals, and fraud. It further uses this adverse credit-relevant content to construct a borrower’s overall credit-sentiment trend. This information can be used to formulate a better view of the business during loan origination, or monitor adverse developments on an ongoing basis – allowing lenders to proactively work with borrowers to alleviate credit concerns.

Research from Moody’s Analytics indicates that, on average, detectable credit distress signals emerge in news media three to six months before major credit events, allowing the Credit Sentiment Score solution to serve as an early-warning system for adverse credit developments.

”Whether it is used for credit underwriting or portfolio risk management, the Credit Sentiment Score solution provides powerful new insights that previously were overly time-consuming and burdensome to monitor manually,” said Moody’s Analytics Associate Director Rama Sankisa. “Credit analysts are looking for efficient ways to deal with the influx of information and to incorporate signals from alternative data into credit decisioning and analytics. The tool saves substantial time in sorting through news articles by extracting actionable insights from them.”

The launch of the Credit Sentiment Score solution further enhances the Moody’s Analytics suite of award-winning Expected Default Frequency (EDF) solutions for quantitatively measuring the credit risk of public and private firms. As a supplement to primary market drivers, the tool offers an additional signal to isolate credit risk, and helps bridge the gap when credit-relevant content is sparse or unavailable

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Asia Derma 2019 facilitates over 130 meetings amongst buyers

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  • Over 28 educational sessions   and   18   plenary lectures on the latest dermatology trends and treatments were led by industry leading practitioners from across the region and globe
  • Asia’s only joint therapeutic and aesthetic dermatology Conference & Exhibition, Asia Derma, concludes its enhanced second edition in Singapore

Asia Derma, the only Asia Pacific Dermatology and Aesthetic Conference & Exhibition of its kind, has successfully concluded its enhanced second edition. Graced by guest of honour Professor Fatimah Binte Abdul Lateef, Director at SingHealth Duke-NUS, the event took place between 31st October and 2nd November 2019 at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, Singapore.

The event successfully introduced the ‘Derma Business Hub’ for the first time, a platform where buyers and exhibitors could connect and build industry relationships. Over 130 meetings took place, where buyers and brands from all over the world met to discuss the needs and opportunities in their respective markets. Asia Derma facilitated the exchange by hosting pre-selected buyers from APAC countries – including Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam – and set up meetings to help exhibitors reach out to new distributors and clinic owners. Sherina Timms, Director of Corvico International Singapore affirms, “The Asia Derma Conference was a great experience as visitors are relevant audiences targeted by brands like us. The Derma Business Hub brought together like-minded buyers, exhibitors and practitioners seeking fresh and innovative products, which led to productive meetings and the building of strong industry  relationships.”

Over 900 Conference delegates and trade visitors attended the during the three-day event. Delegates attended talks by close to 60 different speakers covering a myriad of topics on the latest treatments and advancements in therapeutic and aesthetic dermatology. Visitors to the Exhibition were given demonstrations of the latest products and devices from over 100 leading, innovative brands in the aesthetic and dermatological industry. The 2019 conference saw an increase in attendees from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and South Korea respectively.

The Conference, themed ‘Towards evidence-based medicine’, saw strong interest and representation from across the region. Leading professionals chairing academic sessions came from all over the world, including 17 speakers from Singapore and the National Skin Centre, 20 from Asia-Pacific and over 20 from overseas. Industry partners supporting the event include French Chamber Singapore (FCCS) and Korea’s International Beauty Industry Trade Association (IBITA), to promote their respective country’s active players in the dermatology field. Key exhibitors included Sesderma (Spain), Novaclinical (Italy) and Daewoong (Korea) and many more.

Aiman Al Madani, CEO – Finance and Administration, INDEX Holding said, “The Asia-Pacific Dermatology and Aesthetic Conference and Exhibition – Asia Derma under the theme ‘Towards evidence-based medicine’ recorded an outstanding success in its 2nd edition, attracting the world’s leading skincare brands and top exhibitors from the region and abroad. Introduced for the first time, the all new ‘Derma Business Hub’ platform witnessed a great response drawing top buyers, business owners and key decision makers from the skincare industry. Asia Derma owes its remarkable success to a number of key principal driving factors such as a thriving consumer market, flourishing regional economic outlook and the presence of a massively young population in the Asia Pacific region, who are increasingly showing a great appetite for new skin treatment methods and technologies. Moreover, Singapore’s strategic geographic location situated in the heart of the Asia Pacific region, presented us organizers a great opportunity to facilitate seamless transportation links for all attendees and connect niche visitors from across the globe.”

He added, “On behalf of the organizing committee, I take this opportunity to thank our key partners, sponsors, all stakeholders and exhibitors for their remarkable support and significant contribution, which has enabled us to address the most important dermatology challenges in the Asia Pacific region.”

Singapore Tourism Board played a key role in supporting Asia Derma. “We are honoured to have hosted Asia Derma this year and hope delegates enjoyed their time in Singapore. With Singapore’s strategic location and supportive pro-business environment, Asia Derma provided a platform for business opportunities and the exchange of ideas among industry experts from around the world,” said Mr Andrew Phua, Director of Exhibitions & Conferences at Singapore Tourism Board.

Asia Derma 2019 is supported by Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau. The Asia Derma Conference & Exhibition will return to Singapore in November 2020.

 Quotes from Delegates and Partners:

“Such medical conferences like Asia Derma provide opportunities for doctors and medical personnel to interact and share their new devices and experiences on complications that can arise. And that will result in better patient care to our patients.”

  • Goh Chee Leok, Chairman, Asia Derma 2019 Scientific Committee

“I am very pleased to have attended Asia Derma Singapore. As a dermatologist, I found the Conference Program outstanding with very good topics and speakers. The exhibition was very well organized and the choice of Singapore was a big success. The Derma Hub is an excellent way to meet buyers and we had productive, fruitful discussions.”

  • Gabriel Serrano, Chairman, SesDerma, Exhibitor

“Asia Derma 2019 was a great experience, and we are confident the Conference will grow from strength to strength. The Conference was effective in educating practitioners upgrade their skills and knowledge on the latest technology, and is instrumental in strengthening the market for aesthetic and therapeutic dermatology.”

  • Mrs Monica Cattaneo, CCO, Novavision Group SpA, Italy, Exhibitor

“Asia Derma 2019 is a worthwhile event. The Derma Business Hub was an effective way to network, and the meetings gave us the opportunity to introduce our products. I am confident Asia Derma will grow from here.”

  • Mrs Julie Buckley, General Manager Operations, Microskin International Pte Ltd, Australia,

Exhibitor

 “Asia Derma was a great exhibition. The Derma Business Hub concept was fantastic for networking,

and we’ve acquired many new leads. Hope to see more of such platforms!”

  • Mr Domenico Balassi, Director, DTB Distribution Singapore, Hosted Buyer

“Asia Derma was a great opportunity to meet exhibitors from all over the world. We learnt a great deal on new products and devices in the market. The Derma Business Hub was very effective in building new contacts and facilitating discourse.”

  • Dr Ignatius Andre, Director – Indonesia, PT Mukka Estetika Global, Hosted Buyer
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