Thu 31-05-2018 14:43 PM
ABU DHABI, 31st May, 2018 (WAM) — The Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company, ADNEC, has revealed plans to develop its Hall 4, one of the spaces being offered for conferences and similar events.
The move is aimed at addressing the growing demand for its award-winning venue, the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, as a host for regional and global conferences and corporate events. The planned development will ensure a better experience for existing and potential clients as well as the attending delegates. Hall 4, which is strategically located adjacent to the multi-purpose Atrium, will be divided into three fully equipped event spaces, each capable of hosting 1,000 delegates.
Work on the project is expected to be completed this year, in time for 2019, when the centre will host strategic, global congresses that will boost Abu Dhabi’s position on the global map as a hub for regional and international conferences and events.
Khalifa Al Qubaisi, Acting Chief Commercial Officer of ADNEC, said, “The newly developed meeting rooms, with their strategic locations, will enable our conference clients to configure all aspects of their events in a logical and convenient manner. The new rooms are adjacent to ADNEC’s existing conference suites, the Innovation Lab and the recently refurbished 76 Restaurant, making it apt for expansion and customisation. This new development is in direct response to increasing feedback from clients who are now recognising the strategic importance of Abu Dhabi as a destination of choice in the Middle East. ADNEC has always strived to exceed customer expectations, and this new offering is a testament to what the company stands for.”
The year 2019 will witness a series of high-profile congresses at the venue, including the World Energy Congress, the World Road Congress, the World Congress of Endourology, FIP World Congress of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the 8th Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, and the Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology Asia.
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