Developing malls of the future and boosting footfall through differentiated mall space design

By positioning itself as the world leader in shopping destination, the GCC is heavily capitalising on the creation of new concept malls with a whopping $4 billion investment in Dubai,$3.7 billion in KSA and $166 million in Oman in 2017 alone. With rising competition, it is important for developers and mall owners to keep pushing the boundaries and going above and beyond expectations in designing malls that drive guest attraction.

The Malls Middle East Conference is an exclusive gathering of senior-level decision makers pioneering current and upcoming mall projects in the region who will gather to discuss strategies, plans, and challenges in delivering world-class malls.

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Why attend?

Interactive Sessions

Identify current opportunities and challenges in designing and delivering projects in the region

Real Situation Analysis

Learn about innovative designs that boost footfall by promoting new concept malls

ISO Technical Committee

Gain insights into the drivers of new mall development concepts such as accessibility, visibility and commercial viability in order to ensure sound investment decisions

Reduce Costs and Improve Quality

Understand how to create a new consumer experience by designing cutting edge mall entertainment and services

Networking Opportunities

Assess new mall experiences by leveraging technology across different channels

Who should attend?

Heads of:

  • Project Management
  • Development
  • Construction Management
  • Planning
  • Design

From the following industries:

  • Construction
  • Architecture
  • Design and Store planning
  • Contracting
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