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Secure your place at the upcoming edition of Paperworld Middle East, the region’s largest international trade show for paper, stationery & office supplies

Frequently Asked Questions

Visiting the show? From general participation information to details about the venue - find answers to your questions below.

Paperworld Middle East is the largest international trade exhibition for the stationery, paper, gifts and office supplies in the Middle East. The trade show welcomes more than 5000 visitors through the doors of Dubai World Trade Centre to trade with 160 exhibitors over the course of 4 days

  • Wholesalers and distributors of stationery and office supplies
  • Department stores, consumer stores, stationery shops, paper and office supplies shops, hypermarkets and supermarkets, duty free shops
  • Specialist retail trade, gift shops, hobby stores, Specialty stores like artists' materials, bookshops, photography shops, toy stores, DIY shops
  • Schools, universities and educational institutions
  • Corporate gift buyers in hospitality, finance, pharma, advertising & events
  • Office Managers of small, medium and large organization’s in need of office supplies and stationery

Register through the below link to gain access to the event. Online registration allows you to print your badge at home which is the only pass to attend the show. There will be NO badges issuance on-site, at the event. Please note that your badge will give you access to Gifts & Lifestyle as well. 

Register your interest in visiting

Entry is free to all trade visitors.

For health & safety purposes you are required to pre-register. There will be no onsite registration at the venue.

You can print a copy of your badge as it is attached to your badge email (this will be sent to you 2 weeks prior to the show).

Registration for the show is non-date specific. Once you have registered and have printed your ticket you are able to attend the show on any of the show open days and as many times as you wish.

Halls 2-4, Dubai World Trade Centre. More details of the venue can be found here

21 - 23 November 2023, 10am to 6pm.

Children under 18 are not allowed to attend the event as this is a trade only, and there are no facilities available to take care of your children while you visit the show. 

To find out more about how to get to the Autumn Fair, please see our dedicated  travel page here..

Click here to view DWTC parking map
  • Happiness Street Parking Overflow A & B – Free
    Opposite Convention Gate and Novotel World Trade Centre
  • Happiness Street Multi-Storey Parking (covered) - Paid 
    Opposite Convention Gate and Novotel World Trade Centre
  • Multi-Storey Car Park Level 3 – 6 (covered) - Paid 
    Behind Sheikh Rashid Hall
  • Sheikh Rashid Tower Multi-Storey Parking (covered) - Paid 
    Next to Sheikh Rashid Tower
  • Arena Plaza Valet Parking (open) - Paid  
    Beside Arena Hall / Hall 1 / Za'abeel 3
  • Za'abeel Plaza Parking (open) - Paid 
    Beside Za'abeel Halls 4-6
  • Exhibition Plaza Parking (open) - Paid 
    Across Ibis World Trade Centre

Dubai World Trade Centre is situated in the heart of Dubai with a number of hotels options around. Click here to view options closest to the venue

Yes, seminars are free to attend. Your badge will provide you access, no additional registration is required. The schedule will be published on the website and app closer to the show. 

Our travel desk will be able to assist you with your enquiry

Additional you can visit the government website for more information 

Unfortunately we cannot issue personal/individual letters of invitation for visa purposes. Once you have registered via the show website you will receive a confirmation email which may be sufficient for visa application.

Yes, wearing masks in the UAE is mandatory for all in exhibition halls

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