Emirates Millionaire Show is a three-day glamour and glitter extravaganza that offers visitors a rare opportunity to witness top brands premiere of the international luxury goods industry gathered to present their most beautiful, exclusive, luxurious products and services to selective public.
The first edition of Emirates Millionaire Show held last December 2006 has received an unexpected interest from top class business representations, government, mass media, and celebrities in addition to other high profile individuals. Indicating through its fast growing popularity being on its first edition held at Abu Dhabi;
Emirates Millionaire Show 2006 far exceeded all expectations and proved to be a living example of how important such event for this unique industry should be held in the Middle East. Emirates Millionaire Show is a chance to get all the best luxury goods at one time under one roof. For some, it is an excellent opportunity to launch their product in the Middle East market.
More than 2,500 selective people visited Emirates Millionaire Show. More than 20 companies have expressed interest in being part of its 2007 edition. The opening ceremony, fashion show, and presentations/product launches of the participants became the general theme of the prime time television in the country. The success of this event later received local and regional coverage from magazines and newspapers. In addition, foreign channels have also covered the event such as SAT1, Prosieben, RTL, and N24 and broadcasted it to all German language European countries.
Each visitor, whether they are Billionaires, Millionaires or are just spiritually rich, is welcome here with great enthusiasm and enjoy of shopping and returns home with a feeling of richness. This is the aim of the Emirates Millionaire Show.
It is a unique event where exclusivity, timelessness, class, glamour and showbiz, professionalism and pleasant atmosphere are combined into an unparalleled shopping experience, and this is just beginning… luxury and wealth are subjective concepts and are therefore open to many interpretations.