ADNEC signs deal with Israel's leading exhibition firm


The Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) has signed an agreement with Expo Tel Aviv.

The deal with Israel's top firm in the sector aims to increase mutual business opportunities, foster innovations and facilitate knowledge transfer.

The agreement demonstrates the wider spirit of cooperation between the UAE and Israel.

It was signed in a virtual ceremony between Humaid Matar Al Dhaheri, Managing Director and Group CEO of ADNEC, and Tamir Dayan, CEO of Expo Tel Aviv.

Commenting on the agreement, Humaid Al Dhaheri said, "Our relationship with Expo Tel Aviv will enable the wider growth of the business tourism sector in the UAE and wider region, which ADNEC consistently seeks to promote.

"This strategic partnership showcases ADNEC’s efforts in fostering intraregional cooperation and will offer new developments for the transfer of knowledge to local audiences. Through this partnership, we aim to foster innovation and business opportunities between our two nations."

Municipally-owned Expo Tel Aviv is the foremost international convention centre in Israel’s leading city of commerce and culture.

It hosts 400 events every year, including local and international conventions and exhibitions, along with other fairs and shows.

Established in 1933, the Expo Tel Aviv International Convention Centre boasts eight pavilions and 20 conference halls.

A 400-room hotel is currently in development. Expo Tel Aviv welcomes over 3 million visitors each year.

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