What is MEADFA? (The MEADFA Conference)

The Middle East and Africa Duty Free Association is the trade body for retailers operating stores in duty free and travel retail within the region. Find out more here

What is the MEADFA Conference? (The MEADFA Conference)

The duty free and travel retail industry’s annual forum for debate and exchange in the Middle East and Africa. For more information, click here

Who attends this event? (The MEADFA Conference)

Anyone with a professional interest in duty free and travel retail across the Middle East and Africa, in the region’s outbound travellers or in both. Further details can be found here

Where can I find presentations made at the Conference? (The MEADFA Conference)

The presentations made at TFWA conferences are usually made available to download at TFWA.com, subject to permission from the speakers. Publication usually follows about a week after the event.

What is the networking programme? (The MEADFA Conference)

An opportunity to mix with other delegates and make new industry contacts at a range of social events.

Event programme online

How can I become a sponsor? (The MEADFA Conference)

Sponsorship packages are available for the Conference and networking events. Access further information here

Where can I view highlights of previous events? (The MEADFA Conference)

Click here to view the 2022 Review

How do I ask TFWA to remove a photograph published on tfwa.com in which I appear? (Association, Asutil Conference, Membership, TFWA World Exhibition & Conference, TFWA i.lab, TFWA Asia Pacific Exhibition & Conference, TFWA China Reborn, The MEADFA Conference, Press)

Contact TFWA by post at 23-25 rue de Berri, 75008 Paris, France, quoting the following text: “As indicated in article 38 of the French law on online privacy, I wish to object to the online publication of the image in the (insert name here) section of tfwa.com for the following reason(s)…” Your letter should be signed and include the postal address to which TFWA should respond. Please also enclose a copy of photographic identification (passport, driving licence etc.) bearing your signature. Note: The right of objection (cf CNIL) is personal in nature and cannot be exercised on behalf of others apart from minors or protected adults.