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Looking to own a home? Have all your questions answered at DecoBuild

Organized by Mohammed Bin Rashid Housing Establishment, DecoBuild is a yearly décor, interior design, and building material show. This year, it is taking place from 20 to 23 October at Dubai World Trade Center. In order to highlight the best products and solutions for residential, commercial, hospitality, and real estate developers, the exhibition brings together elite industry experts from interior designers, architects, contractors, furniture and lighting companies, and smart home companies.

DecoBuild is the most recent and ideal platform for prospective residential project owners and those looking to establish a private residential unit. Visitors from neighboring states, as well as residents of the UAE, can access all the information regarding the most recent engineering designs, contemporary interiors, contracting, the trade of construction materials, lighting and electrics, and both public and private projects.

The program is carried out under the objectives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister, and Ruler of Dubai, which include improving the housing system for Emiratis and ensuring their stability. The occasion offers opportunities for networking, business transactions with suppliers and manufacturers, and learning about the most recent advancements and services in various industries. Registrations are now open on the official website.


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