The exhibition starts on the twenty-fourth of May and lasts until the twenty-sixth at the Dubai World Trade Center
The exhibition introduces a new addition to the Hospitality, Lifestyle, Health and Spa Forum
$ 4 trillion in global wellness revenue, of which $ 639 billion is related to medical and spa tourism
The main themes of the exhibition: Hospitality, Metaverse (Virtual Worlds Network), and Sustainable Hospitality
Keynote speakers: Khaled Anib of Abu Dhabi National Hotels, Olivier Harnisch, senior strategic adviser to the Saudi Ministry of Tourism, Naim Maadad of Gates Hospitality and others
The Dubai Hotel Show prepares to launch its 22nd edition with the participation of more than 200 exhibitors covering thousands of products, more than 50 speakers, live and interactive functions and 6 conferences, including a new addition to the list of events. tone set. Dubai for this year on the twenty-fourth of May with the participation of committees of experts from various fields as well, ranging from housekeeping to food and drink, and hospitality leadership to engineering, so the exhibition invites its audience to prepare for this special event that will last for three days in celebration of the biggest names and brands and local talent in this field.
The Middle East is one of the most attractive hospitality markets in the world due to the constant flow of investments and the increasing number of projects that are constantly being announced. The exhibition, which is the region’s longest-running and most influential trade event in the field of hospitality, will enable its visitors to access thousands of products directly from exhibitors at regional and global level, in addition to learning about the latest trends in the whole sector.
Providers of commercial kitchen, HORECA, facility management, hotel services and hospitality technology will provide buyers with the opportunity to access the latest innovations, services and products during the event, which will help propel the industry forward.
In its 22nd issue, the exhibition will testify to a new addition to the list of its activities, represented by the Hospitality, Lifestyle, Health and Spa Forum, which is a major market for this industry as the revenue from the wellness sector alone has more than $ 42 trillion worldwide, of which $ 639 billion is related to medical tourism, spas and resorts Health care based on guest experiences that represented a revenue model for hospitality owners and operators in general.
The Hospitality, Lifestyle, Health and Spa Forum will provide a platform to meet key stakeholders, experts and practitioners in a series of lively dialogues focusing on the future of the wellness and lifestyle sector. During these talks, experts will provide a comprehensive market view of luxury in the hospitality industry and discuss leading-edge technology across all industry trends.
The exhibition will also include the Hospitality Leadership Forum, which is one of its keynote conferences, which will launch a series of panel discussions to explore innovations from all sectors of the sector and address key strategic opportunities and challenges facing the regional sector in this time of rapid growth . The main themes of the exhibition will also include hospitality, metaverse (Network of Virtual Worlds), sustainable and ethical hospitality and a dialogue on Dubai’s clean energy strategy within the sector.
The exhibition will also feature a gathering of UAE housekeepers and prominent practitioners for in-depth interactive dialogues and tutorials on all aspects of the profession, while hosting the F&B Stakeholder Summit, an essential part of the two-decade exhibition that It will also bring together the best industry experts and practitioners for a series of lively talks and discussions, on the future of food and drink.
The Hotel Show Dubai will rejoin the International Association of Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP®) to bring together technology professionals who drive innovation in the sector, as technology is a key part of the industry’s future. HITEC Dubai, the leading hospitality technology conference in the Middle East, will once again showcase the latest information and services in the field of hospitality technology, as well as explore the future of hospitality technology and technology innovations in the sector.
The Annual Conference of Hospitality Engineers Middle East will provide networking and educational opportunities for senior technical and management staff from across the region at this annual event. All of these conferences will be available to ticket holders.
Over the past 20 years, The Hotel Show Dubai has consolidated its position as the largest, longest-running and most prestigious hospitality trade event in the Middle East and Africa, and the ideal meeting point for hospitality suppliers and buyers in the region. Among the keynote speakers at these conferences are Khaled Anib, CEO of Abu Dhabi National Hotels Company PJSC, Olivier Harnisch, Senior Strategic Adviser to the Ministry of Tourism in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Naim Maadad, CEO of Gates Hospitality and Board Member of Restaurant Group Dubai . and Tariq Falani, Senior Vice President of Information Technology for India, Middle East, Africa and Turkey at Accor. The three-day event will serve the industry by showcasing innovative products, features and inspiration, as well as a way to showcase hospitality providers.
Elaine O’Connell, Vice President, Design and Hospitality – DMG Events said: “Opportunities like this to network, learn and acquire ensure that The Hotel Show Dubai remains as vibrant as ever in this ever-evolving industry, as there many opportunities are The three days are such that we are sure that each participant will benefit greatly from the show that we have spent so much time and effort supervising and preparing for in the post-pandemic era. ”
In addition to conferences, there will be lively and exciting culinary experiences highlighting the unsung heroes of the hospitality industry, such as the Housekeepers League of Champions and The Chef’s Table.
This year, nine culinary teams will compete at the Chef’s Table and some of the region’s top hotels will compete over three days to produce an exquisite five-course meal with the hope of winning the coveted Hotel Culinary Team of the Year title. The event, now in its fifth year, will once again serve some amazing dishes for VIP guests organized and managed by the Emirates Culinary Guild and in partnership with Dubai’s leading fresh food market, Waterfront Market, hosted by Itra Dubai, the leading developer, operated. of Dubai.
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For more information: https://www.thehotelshow.com
About the Hotel Show Dubai
The Hotel Show Dubai, now in its 22nd year, is the longest-running trade opportunity for the hotel and hospitality sector in the Middle East. Visitors from across the industry come to build meaningful relationships with fellow professionals, access products from 140 exhibits and get the latest information on the latest developments. It is in conjunction with Index and Workspace and houses Leisure and Hi-Tech Expo Dubai.
For more information, please contact:
Farah Ahmed – Public Relations Manager
Tel: +971 4 448 4670
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