World leader in the design, manufacture and installation of padel courts, Padel Galis participated in the sporting event with a sales stand promoting its wide range of courts and services at a time and in a city/country/region in which padel is experiencing exponential growth.
The most important competition for national teams bar none, the Padel World Championships 2022, took place from 31st October to 5th November in Dubai. A sales delegation from Padel Galis took part in the event with a stand in the commercial village built for the occasion in the area surrounding the central court.
There was thus ample opportunity for anybody assisting the event to find out about Padel Galis’s products and services, including of course the design, manufacture and installation of ‘turnkey’ padel courts, along with any civil engineering necessary, maintenance and repairs. It was also an opportunity to present the five different courts currently retailed by the Valencian company: the official WPT Special Edition, WPT Challenger and Wilson Elite models, and the Ultrapanoramic models in the form of the Mundial and the Pro One.
Padel Galis works exclusively with an official distributor in the Middle East, a region of Asia in which Dubai represents a benchmark for being the most famous and populous city in the United Arab Emirates. Padel is one of the most rapidly growing sports in the country.
“They are really paying a great deal of attention to the development of padel tennis in the Middle East, as is the case with tennis nowadays, and its receiving a lot of interest,” explains Fran Pérez Galisteo, CEO of the Valencian company. “Together with the Scandinavian countries, it has been the area in which the sport is currently undergoing its most significant growth for the last few years – Padel Galis needs to have a presence there and increase its visibility.”
“In the Arab Emirates, the economic and social support for padel-related projects is huge. They have resources and interest is high. People follow the game and practise it. They know they have great growth potential in terms of facilities but they need advice and experience. And that’s where we come in,” underlines Pérez Galisteo.