Titans of the American commercial, military, and space industries will head to the U.A.E. Nov. 8-12 to compete for business at the Dubai Airshow 2015.
The last iteration of the event took place in 2013 and featured more than 60,000 visitors, and more than 1,000 exhibitors from 60 nations. This year’s event is forecasted to be even bigger, and the U.S. is expected to account for around 150 exhibitors, which would make it the most represented nation at the show, according to a press release from Kallman Woldwide. The company is organizing the more than 23,000 square foot pavilion that 90 U.S. Companies including Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Northrop Grumman, will pitch their business from.
“When the U.S.A. commits to exhibit at the Dubai Airshow, we’re saying we believe in the power of this event to attract real business prospects and customers. The steady growth and diversification of this show speaks for itself,” said Kallman Worldwide President and CEO Tom Kallman.
The U.S. states that will be most represented by commercial, military, and space-oriented businesses at the event are Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Virginia, New Hampshire, and Washington, with Florida boasting the most exhibits.
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