Tuesday 20, September 2016

Dubai – MENA Herald: Business France, the national agency supporting the international development of the French economy organizes from September 25 to 29, BtoB meetings in the UAE and Qatar, to introduce a selection of 10 French companies specializing in high-end, luxury hotel and interior design.

A French delegation of hotel furniture & interior design suppliers including some Living Heritage Company (EPV label) will visit the luxury hotel construction sites in Dubai, Abu Dhabi & Doha in september.
Positioned in the high-end, luxury sector, their know-how is acknowledged in the following fields to continuously fit the market requirements: traditional craftsmanship in aquatic furniture & underwater environments, interior design & furnitures, household equipment, handmade cutlery & tableware, wooden doors and cupboards, glass and mirror engraving.

The French delegation will visit two countries to showcase its know-how to local authorities and decision-makers. Internationally renowned, these companies bring a combination of economic vitality and the French ‘Art of living’. Over five days, they will meet with local professionals, including interior designers and decorators, procurement centers and design departments of hotel groups, real estate developers, importers, distributers, agencies and local authorities.

Andrea De Rosetto, Head of Art de Vivre department at Business France stated: “As the host of Expo 2020 and FIFA world cup 22, It is considered that the provision of luxury accommodation will double as we’ll welcome unprecedented numbers of tourists”.

Expo 2020 and the World Football Cup including a host of major international events are prompting the UAE and Qatar to undertake major works. French expertise can meet challenges by responding to local needs in quality and high end luxury designs.

De Rosetto added: “Competition between hotels will be fierce and operators will need to be increasingly creative to offer discerning travellers truly unique and memorable holiday experiences”.