Potential contracts at the French pavilion in DIBS 2011

solimane - 06-mars-2011 13:56:09
  The French exhibitors were satisfied from the quality of visitors this year at the DIBS 2011. Many French companies are coming again next year. The French pavilion organized by UBIFRANCE, the French agency for international French business will be bigger and better during the next edition of DIBS 2012.   LUXMARINA s.a.s., a French exhibitor, have had a very successful presence at Dubai International Boat Show, 2011.  Gabriel Nakhleh Founder and CEO, along with Aine M Gately, Commercial  Director have succeeded in creating an extensive network, both at the show and throughout the emirates, through various networking and lobbying successes. They have also negotiated 5 potential contracts along with 3 international invitations to consult on the future of marina design and commercial management.   LUXMARINA showcased  their highly creative approach to design and creation of luxury ports and marinas.  The achieved a wide recognition as a company that can change, on a global scale, the perception of a port, or marina from simply a mooring facility to a completely new way of life on the water.   The Middle East will soon be the hub of activity for maritime activity and LUXMARINA will certainly come back to Dubai Boat Show with a bigger and bolder presence next year. The French Pavilion organised by UBIFRANCE is already gaining momentum with 15 companies this year. The F.I.N. (French Nautical Industry Federation), boasting over 700 members, will be at their side promoting the entire sector. Holding 10% of the nautical industry market, France is the 3 rd exporter worldwide. This new edition of the DIBS was an opportunity for the country to unveil an eclectic offer showcasing the sector’s latest technological developments.    
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