Showforce secures three-year Dubai Opera contract

The company was awarded the contract after participating in a competitive tender process.
(L-R) Mo Basir, George Panait and Ian Spendlove
(L-R) Mo Basir, George Panait and Ian Spendlove


Event support company Showforce has announced that it has won a three-year contract with Dubai Opera to take care of its temporary event staff and crewing requirements.

These requirements include stage crew, crew managers, forklift operators, senior console operators, lighting technicians, wardrobe assistants and make-up artists and assistants.

Showforce was awarded the contract following a competitive tender process, where it demonstrated its ability to offer high levels of professional standards and capabilities across a range of disciplines. It also exhibited its ability to adapt and change continuously.

Ian Spendlove, Showforce’s founder and chief executive commented on the contract: “Winning a contract of this size with a prestigious new venue underlines Showforce’s experience, approach, service and operational management is completely unrivalled. We have implemented a global solution to service this contract and I believe our personnel will fully complement the versatility of this exciting new space.

“This contract and venue changes ways of working and will push industry standards in the region. We are excited to play an integral part in the venue's journey from the start and are looking forward to a successful partnership that will deliver stand out global events over the next three years.”

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