KUWAIT: Preparations for the Horeca Kuwait 2017 exhibition are steadily progressing, and the event is attracting
more companies to take part, since it is an event which provides a golden opportunity to exchange expertise to
meet the local market’s needs and future expansion plans.
In this regard, Rayyan Design Company; a leading company in interior designing, recently announced its intention
to join over 70 other companies specialized in hospitality, hotel equipment, catering, transport, and kitchen
design, which are taking part in the Horeca exhibition.
Speaking on the occasion, Rayyan Design’s Marketing Manager Hebah Al-Hamwi said that her company provides creative interior design solutions that combine experience and modernity in restaurant and cafe interior design. She added that the company’s creations depend on projects’ marketing studies.
Moreover, Hamwi pointed that, with help of its highly skilled and experienced staff, Rayyan Design has been
constantly developing ever since it was founded by interior designer Mohammed Rayyan in 1998. She added that
Rayyan Design is a pioneer in using recycled materials in its projects. In addition, Hamwi said that Rayyan Design owns one of the most important German trademarks; Object Carpet, which is highly valued by regional and international leading interior design consultancy companies.
Speaking about Horeca, Hamwi stressed its importance as an exhibition that gathers a large group of experts and companies specialized in hospitality, hotel equipment and catering. “Thus, it is highly important to take part in order to exchange expertise on the latest restaurant and cafe interior designs, materials, furniture and illumination,” she concluded.
Horeca Kuwait 2017 has so far attracted over 80 companies due to display their products in the presence of a
group of international experts and chefs and a large group of company and hotel owners. The exhibition is organized by Leaders Group in collaboration with Hospitality Services Company at Kuwait International Fairgrounds in Mishref on January 16-18, 2017.