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Essex attended the MME Dubai in early March and the team came away impressed. The MME offered a diverse range of professionally focused education and training opportunities, including four new CPD accredited conferences for this show. The event proved great expanding opportunities in the Persian Gulf area but also for India, Pakistan and Central Africa markets.
In early March the European team of Essex attended the MME Dubai and hosted a booth to continue to make relationships in the region.
Alongside the exhibition, the MME offered a diverse range of professionally focused education and training opportunities, including four new CPD accredited conferences for this show. Attendees were able to learn about the latest technologies at exhibitor-led technical seminars, take a wider look at the industry with the conference series, and advance professionally with training workshops.
Some of the highlights were the IoT Lighting and Infrastructure conference, Power Generation Conference, an Intersolar industry platform, as well as an ees Conference that focused on energy management, e-mobility, and uninterruptible power supply.
The four accredited conferences focused on power generation, solar, esms technology, as well as transmission and distribution.
The show confirmed itself as a place to being an attractive market for ideation in the Persian Gulf area but also for India, Pakistan and Central Africa markets.
Many customers and guests chose to visit the Essex booth which presented great opportunities to meet and talk with customers and key suppliers within our industry. What was found to be even more important was the opportunity for networking, that enabled to provide actual commercial information concerning the local and the European market.
It was the conclusion of our sales team that it is not only needed to attend the show but to expand the booth for next year, as well as expand our presence on site as the team made several contacts with prominent sellers from India, Pakistan, UAE, North and Central African countries.