Mubasher: The Saudi Arabia-based Designs Group, a leading company in providing integrated hotel solutions as well as construction and management services, is looking to expand its business in the UAE.
Designs Group will be showcasing its products and services at The Hotel Show 2018, which will be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 16 to 18 September this year, according to a press release on Monday.
“Demand for hotel interiors and other products is growing strongly in the UAE following the development of new hotels and renovations and at Designs Group we are well-placed to capitalize on this buoyant market,” CEO of Designs Group Mohammad Al Nadi said.
He added that “not only are a number of new hotels being built across the country, but existing properties are being refurbished to stay competitive.”
In the meantime, there are 618 projects under development in the hotel industry in the Middle East region with an expected yield of 238,963 new rooms.
The UAE and Saudi Arabia are considered the two most active countries across the MENA region with 222 hotel projects amounting to 126,576 rooms and 143 projects of 55,810 rooms, respectively.
Designs Group’s CEO noted that “exhibiting at The Hotel Show provides us with the perfect opportunity to promote B2B Hotel Furniture which is a specialised furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E) and operating supplies equipment (OS&E) purchasing firm to an audience of over 30,000 industry professionals.”
B2B Hotel Furniture is well-equipped to meet the demands of developing the hospitality industry from small to large scale projects.
Al Nadi added “based on our performance, we have built a strong reputation across the Middle East as a dependable company delivering exceptional value to our clients. With a highly skilled and experienced team of designers, project managers, and site engineers, and a global procurement network, we are able to successfully meet the industry’s numerous challenges as well as budget and timescale constraints that gives us a tremendous edge in the market.”