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Glass World 2012 challenges global economic recession

Glass World 2012 will be held in May, in Cairo, Egypt, where exhibitors will be able to take advantage of this area of new, alternative and emerging markets. The event has always contributed in the increase and modernization of glass factories, as well as the increase in quality standards too.

The organizers of Glass World 2012 are getting ready to hit back at the global economic crisis with a comprehensive programme to invite and host trade missions from the targeted markets to Africa & the MENA Region. All Glass World 2012 exhibitors are invited to provide their prospective clients list and we will invite or host them to visit the show.
According to the organizers of Glass World 2012, Nile Trade Fairs, there are 10 good reasons to exhibit at the event. These are:
•    fast convenient access to new, alternative and emerging markets in Africa and the Middle East.
•    networking opportunities with thousands of new customers;
•    total market awareness about Africa and the Middle East;
•    review of business strategy in Africa and the Middle East;
•    monitoring competitors in these regions;
•    identification of business growth opportunities in Africa and the Middle East;
•    meeting face to face with agents and new suppliers to set up better conditions and qualities;
•    support of overseas agents and distributors in these regions and neighbouring states;
•    understanding the impact of macroeconomic development on business in Africa and the Middle East Region;
•    evaluation of risks and opportunities in Africa and the Middle East.
Since its first edition in 2007, Glass World had contributed in a significant increase in the number of glass factories in Egypt, the Middle East and Africa, also with regards to the modernization of many glass factories in Egypt, the Middle East and Africa. This, in turn, significantly increased glass production capacity and improved quality in Egypt, the Middle East and Africa.

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