GITEX SHOPPER 2013 – Middle East’s largest and most anticipated consumer IT and electronics Prepares for Retail Bonanza of the Year
– Features over 30,000 gadgets, bundled deals and competitions
The region’s biggest ever retail extravaganza for consumer IT and electronics starts tomorrow (Saturday, 5 October) when GITEX Shopper 2013 opens its doors to welcome visitors at Dubai World Trade Centre. Unrivalled prices on over 30,000 different up-to-the minute gadgets, bundled deals and an array of exciting competitions has set the stage for the best GITEX Shopper yet.
Running for eight days, from 5 – 12 October, the Middle East’s largest and most anticipated consumer IT and electronics show will offer unbeatable deals on gadgets that include digital SLR cameras, smartphones, tablets, laptops and LED SmartTVs, while a broad range of exciting, ingenious and wacky gizmos and accessories are being added to bundled deals.
“GITEX Shopper is the perfect one-stop shop destination to discover the latest products to improve your leisure time, home, workplace or school,” said Trixie LohMirmand, Senior Vice President, Dubai World Trade Centre, organiser of GITEX Shopper 2013. “With exhibitors planning unbeatable deals, the chance to see the latest products being launched into the market and tens of thousands of visitors expected to attend GITEX Shopper 2013, we are looking forward to the most successful event yet.”
Visitors to GITEX Shopper 2013 will be delighted with the central location of the show, which enjoys a dedicated Metro station just steps away from the show. Ample parking, a smorgasbord of food and beverage outlets and a range of interactive and entertaining activities will add to the festival atmosphere at the show.
Regional power retailers including Al Falak, E-City, Emax, Geekay, Harman House, iStyle, Jacky’s Electronics, Jumbo Electronics, MK Trading, 050Telecom, One Mobile, Plug-Ins, Sharaf DG, Tarsam and Tec Buy, as well as top world brands such as Samsung, the platinum sponsor for GITEX Shopper 2013, Acer, Bose, Blackberry, Dell, Intel, HP, Nestle, Bose, Nokia, LG, Toshiba, Seagate and Western Digital are determined to offer the best deals possible to the tens of thousands of visitors visiting the show each day.
“GITEX Shopper is one of the most popular consumer IT and electronics show worldwide and we have been participating in the show for the last seven years. This year, we will be launching Toshiba’s most portable Tablet yet, in addition to showcasing our array of touchscreen laptops and latest models of hybrid notebooks, Tablets, All-in-One desktop PCs and gaming laptops,” said Santosh Varghese, General Manager-MEA, Digital Products and Services, Toshiba Gulf.
Emax, one of the fastest growing electronics retail chain in the Middle East, confirms discounts will be up to 25% at GITEX Shopper 2013, Neelesh Bhatnagar, CEO of Emax Electronics said: “Our presence at GITEX Shopper 2013 is stronger than ever, with lots of attractive offers, bundle offerings and discounts going up to 25% to ensure visitors experience will be exciting and enjoyable.
“Our daily ‘deal of the day’ promotion is surely not to be missed and our offers will range across smartphones, tablets, laptops, and several other categories. Once again, the Emax army on-ground will be there to guide all customers to make the best and most valuable purchase decisions based on individual requirements.”
Adding to the dynamic festival feel of GITEX Shopper, millions of dirhams worth of prizes will be up for grabs with promotions; ‘Visit & Win’ raffle prizes, ‘Scratch and win’ competitions, gift vouchers and giveaway. Visitors can get one ‘Visit & Win’ coupon for every ticket paid to win Intel® based tablets and to enter the raffle to win the daily grand prize draw: an Opel Astra GTC.
GITEX Shopper 2013 will take place from 5 – 12 October 2013 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The show is open from 11:00am to 11:00pm on all days.
Tickets are priced at AED 30 per person and will be available at the venue and from selected EPPCO, ENOC and Zoom outlets closer to the show. Entry is free for children below the age of five.