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Ahead of the first National Antiquities Forum, set to take place in Riyadh on November 07 – 09, a number of experts and officials have stressed its importance of exchanging the visions and developments of Arab and Saudi antiquities and heritage entities, while raising public awareness.

According to Saudi Exhibition and Convention Bureau (SECB), several achievements were made during the second quarter of this year (Q2) regarding the country’s MICE sector, including the licensing of 2,756 events.

Dubai Business Events is building on strong momentum of the first half of this year during which it won 97 bids to host multiple international business events, poised to attract over 51,636 delegates and boost the economy with estimated AED375 million (USD102 million).

Taking place on September 19 — 20, the third edition of Sharjah Foreign Diverse Investment Forum will focus on the opportunities, benefits and challenges of the fourth industrial revolution and how it will affect business, government, and quality of life.