Middle East’s #1 Cultural Tourism, Attractions, Leisure & Entertainment Show

05 - 07 April, 2020 | Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE

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TALE 2020 Show Guide - Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities

TALE 2020 Show Guide - Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities

The only event in MENA to bring you closer to the billion dollar tourism, attractions, leisure and entertainment industry. 

Join 500+ Executives And Be A Part Of The Revolution! Do you want to connect with them? They have challenges that you can solve – and they want to hear about your solutions! Download the show guide for more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities. 

TALE 2020 - Exhibitor Floor Plan

TALE 2020 - Exhibitor Floor Plan

Interested to attend as a sponsor or exhibitor? Take a look at our exhibition floor plan and get an idea of the exhibitor zones so you can reserve your slots based on your solutions and expertise. 

TALE AWARDS NOMINATION FORM

TALE AWARDS NOMINATION FORM

The highly anticipated TALE AWARDS 2020 is now open for submissions. Honouring the Middle Eastern tourism, attractions, leisure and entertainment industry, this award ceremony is being organised in an effort to recognize the achievenments and innovations shown by individual and organisations who are pushing the boundaries theme parks, malls, cinemas and tourism destinations in the Middle East.

The awards will be a perfect opportunity to gain recognition for your contributions, achievements and innovations. It will also provide an ideal setting to benchmark against the best-in-industry projects in the region.

eBook - Attractions, Cultural Heritage, Leisure & Tourism Development in the Middle East

eBook - Attractions, Cultural Heritage, Leisure & Tourism Development in the Middle East

Download the complimentary e-book which highlights:

  1. Upcoming leisure and entertainment projects in the region
  2. Significance of promoting cultural tourism in the Middle East
  3. Saudi Vision 2030 and its entertainment goals
  4. Exploring facts and figures for British museums