September 2017
Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre,
Muscat, Oman

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Integrating workspace design and decor with technology
Oman Office Show is the only comprehensive office solutions and business exhibition in Oman that aims at meeting the ambitions of the corporate business domain. After its three successful editions, the 4th edition of the Oman Office Show has been conceived with the goal to provide a high profile trade event for the office and commercial design, décor and interiors market. With trends such as the emphasis on work-life balance, eco-concerns & sustainability, technological shift and need for increased productivity & efficiency shaping the working environment, Oman Office Show 2015 will be focussing on the next-generation workspace solutions where office productivity will be directly linked to office automation and technology.

The exhibition will showcase a wide spectrum of products for offices, commercial complexes, malls, airports, hotel and resorts, hospitals and museums. Oman Office Show presents the opportunity for key decision makers from multinational firms, government bodies, small and medium enterprises to generate ideas and find workplace solutions in a focussed business environment.

Market Overview

The Sultanate will spend RO 14.1 billion in 2015, up by about 4.5 per cent compared with 2014, according to a statement by the Ministry of Finance. The Ministry of Finance has assured completion of Sohar-Al Buraimi railway project, phase 1 and phase 2 of the dualisation of Adam-Thamrait road, fishery industries complex project in Duqm, infrastructure works at Duqm Port, Liwa residential project, wastewater network in Muscat Governorate, hotel projects of OMRAN in Muscat Governorate, Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre, Orpic projects, Liwa Plastics Industries Complex and Muscat-Sohar Product Pipeline project. The statement also detailed budget allocations for education, health, housing, training, support and other social services. Education will get the maximum share of RO 3 billion, representing 21.3 per cent of total public spending. It also provides for 41 new schools in several parts of the Sultanate. Health sector will get RO 1.6 billion representing 11.3 per cent share of public spending. It includes opening and operating 11 new hospitals and health centres in different parts of the Sultanate.

The unveiling of this expenditure figure for 2015 confirms the fact that the construction and real estate sectors will benefit from a better demand for office space driven by both domestic and foreign investors. Moreover, with many airport expansions to accommodate global travellers and make GCC countries a hub for travel stops, hospitality continues to present a growing opportunity for the interiors and fit outs sector into 2015.

It is against this optimistic economic backdrop that Oman Office Show is an opportunity for both builders and end-users. As businesses turn to technology and cutting edge workplace practices to stay competitive, it is only imperative that they are suitably acquainted with the gamut of design and product innovations associated with the ideal office space. Oman Office Show has been conceived with this goal in mind to bring together under one roof the world’s top commercial interiors product manufacturers and suppliers together with the commercial interior designers, architects, buyers, agents and suppliers in a profitable business environment.

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