With discounts as high as 80% on offer, residents are eagerly awaiting the mega sale of consumer electronics and fashion products ever seen in Sharjah and Northern Emirates.
Expo Centre Sharjah will be the venue for Consumer Electronics Fashion – The Big Sale 2016 from December 1 to 3, which will see leading distributors, retailers and dealers coming together to present the best offers in the country to woo the holiday crowd.
The event has been strategically positioned to attract the maximum footfall – there is no better time to shop for fashion, accessories, home appliances, smartphones and electronics than the National Day weekend, festival season, and, above all, it is the time when year-end inventory clearance happens for most retailers and discounts go up to 80% on select category and products.
“Expo Centre Sharjah is well known for its consumer shows. The MidEast Watch & Jewellery Show held twice a year with a combined footfall of close to 120,000 visitors is one of the leading exhibitions in the region. We wish Dome Exhibitions similar success for its debut The BIG Sale - Consumer electronics Fashion event in Sharjah,” said Mr Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO, Expo Centre Sharjah.
With some key players like Sharaf DG, Splash, Jashanmal and Better Life already booking their space, Dome Exhibitions, which organises Abu Dhabi Shopper, is hoping to recreate the same magic in Sharjah with Consumer Electronics Fashion – The Big Sale 2016.
“Sharjah has never had a big-ticket consumer electronics and fashion products fair. We intend to fill that gap and offer consumers from Sharjah and the Northern Emirates a platform that will offer them a great opportunity to choose from a wide range of electronics, home appliances, fashion, footwear, accessories and travel kits at the best price,” said Antoine Georges, Managing Director of Dome Exhibitions.
Since the UAE is one of the leading consumer electronics markets in the MENA region and has the highest rate of household consumption expenditure per capita, organisers are planning to attract 75,000 visitors to the three-day event. Experts point out that demand for electronics is on the rise due to disposable incomes, expanding middle class population and growing internet penetration.