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HVAC 360: Connecting the dots… raising the bar

For its eighth outing, The Climate Control Conference returns to Dubai with a new communication approach With the Dubai Expo 2020 and the 2022 FIFA World Cup just five and seven years away, respectively, it is inevitable that various construction and HVAC activities will either start in earnest or gather pace. And Saudi Arabia, with […]

| | Mar 10, 2015 | 4:34 pm
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For its eighth outing, The Climate Control Conference returns to Dubai with a new communication approach

With the Dubai Expo 2020 and the 2022 FIFA World Cup just five and seven years away, respectively, it is inevitable that various construction and HVAC activities will either start in earnest or gather pace. And Saudi Arabia, with a population nudging towards 30 million, and with an inexorable march towards doubling that in the foreseeable future, is seemingly always in need of more housing and other socio-economic development projects.

With the two mega-events looming larger than ever before, and with Saudi Arabia part of the overall mosaic, CPI Industry, the publisher of Climate Control Middle East magazine, is keen to unearth answers to numerous questions, and to their several sub-questions, through The Climate Control Conference with its overarching theme: HVAC 360: Connecting the dots…raising the bar.

Scheduled to take place on the 15th and the 16th of June in Dubai, the eighth edition of the conference has been designed in a manner as to provide a stage for an innovative communication approach, aimed at arriving at qualitative answers, insights and recommendations, which can be applied while taking critical project-related decisions.

The two-day event will be the most comprehensive ever on the HVAC industry and will see participants addressing a grand total of 82 topics. The audience will comprise government officials involved in policy-making, planning, regulation and enforcement, quasi-government bodies, utilities, master-developers and developers, building owners and end-users, consultants, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers and service providers.


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