Pakistan Property Show returns to Dubai

The 2017 Pakistan Property Show was also held at the Dubai World Trade Centre
Updated 10 September 2018

Pakistan Property Show returns to Dubai

Pakistani property portal is set to take the country’s real estate market international again with the latest edition of its Pakistan Property Show in Dubai. has organized 14 property expos across Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad and Dubai to date. The latest event is scheduled to be held at Za’abeel Hall 5 of the Dubai World Trade Centre on Sept. 14-15, and marks the second time will organize the show at this venue. 

Last year’s event saw over 14,000 overseas Pakistanis flock to the Dubai World Trade Centre to interact with over 50 exhibitors from across Pakistan showcasing their projects and services at the event.

The 2017 show was inaugurated by Dubai Land Department Director General Sultan Butti bin Mejren, while Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UAE Moazzam Ahmad Khan and Sheikh Abdul Aziz bin Jamal Al-Qasimi of the ruling family of Sharjah also visited the event. 

This year, the event will host more than 60 exhibitors from all over Pakistan. The show will feature projects and exhibitors from Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar, Multan, Gujranwala, Faisalabad and Gwadar, among others, so overseas Pakistanis from all regions of the country will be able to find something that interests them. 

The event’s top sponsors include Eighteen and Green Earth Real Estate.

Hyundai showcases diversity of its model range

Motoring journalists at the ‘Day with Hyundai’ event held in Dammam.
Updated 20 November 2018

Hyundai showcases diversity of its model range

Hyundai has showcased its complete Saudi Arabia model range to motoring journalists at a special “Day with Hyundai” event held in Dammam. The event, which highlighted the brand’s recently refreshed SUV lineup as well as popular sedan models, demonstrated its commitment to quality and innovation.

Organized by Hyundai’s three distributors in Saudi Arabia — Almajdouie Motors in Dammam, Wallan Trading Company in Riyadh, and Mohammed Yousuf Naghi Motors in Jeddah, the “Day with Hyundai” concept allowed journalists to test a wide range of Hyundai vehicles on a route from Dammam to Al-Hasa. 

“This has been an extremely active year for Hyundai model launches in the region, and the ‘Day with Hyundai’ is an opportunity for journalists to experience our newest product offerings across several segments,” said Mike Song, Hyundai’s head of operations for Africa and the Middle East. “Highlights are the all-new generations of two of our most important models — the Santa Fe and Accent — as well as the very exciting addition to our range, the Kona premium sub-compact SUV, and the updated Tucson.”

The event included a briefing by Song and a presentation on the new SUV products which arrived in GCC showrooms in the second half of 2018. 

Representatives from Hyundai Motor Company regional headquarters were on hand to answer questions on the latest models, as well as to discuss Hyundai plans for the future.

“Each new generation of Hyundai makes a significant step forward not just for our model range, but also in setting new benchmarks for the market as a whole,” said Song. “Already, customers turn to Hyundai for style as well as value, and we are now leading the introduction of advanced technologies, such as driver assistance and safety functions, into the mass-market.”

The fourth generation Santa Fe is proving to be a success in the Saudi market. It is Hyundai’s flagship SUV.

Hyundai Motor Company is also preparing for a successful year in 2019, with plans for significant model launches including the new Grand Santa Fe, the new generation Sonata, and a new CUV model to add to the Hyundai lineup. 

“Hyundai will continue to pursue ambitious product plans during 2019, investing in new generations of existing models, and expanding our range to appeal to more customers than ever before,” said Song.