The first international vape show in the UAE
The e-cigarette market is a genuinely disruptive innovation that has been rapidly adopted by 39 million users in just a few years, with the industry forecasting 64 million people to be using vaping devices by 2024. Part of this projected rise will be driven in the United Arab Emirates, where the government has recently legalised the sale of e-cigarettes, vaping devices ad e-liquids to support efforts to curb smoking and stop the online sale of unregulated devices.
Manufacturers are now allowed to sell products as long as they meet new standards and have obtained the necessary certification from the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology.
The World Vape Show is the first international vape expo in the UAE and will provide manufacturers with a unique opportunity to showcase products in Dubai to a global audience of retailers, wholesalers, distributors and consumers.
Enter a New Market
This is an emerging market in the Middle East. Use this opportunity to build brand recognition, meet key buyers and learn about the new standards and regulations.
Meet New Customers
The World Vape Show is the largest event of its kind in the Middle East and is open to trade buyers and the general public. The event, which spans across three days, provides a unique and unrivalled opportunity for you to showcase your brands to a global audience made up of of ‘000s of retailers, wholesalers, distributors and consumers.
Gateway to MENA
Dubai’s liberal trade regime makes it the commercial capital for the region and a popular destination for re-export. The World Bank has ranked it 1st in the MENA region for ease of doing business.
Who is exhibiting?
Manufacturing components | Vape machinery and hardware | Electronic cigarettes | Pipes and shisha devices | Heat-not-burn products | E-liquids | Testing technology
Who will attend?
Distributors, wholesalers and Traders | Retailers, vape stores, supermarkets, chain stores, convenience stores| Online vape stores| Investment and finance companies | Consumers | Media