The hospitality business represents one of the most active and flourishing sectors in the world. It is one of the fastest growing industries and contains frequent guest–host interactions, specifically in the case of organizations that provide service to a diverse group of people. However, this can make it a challenging line of work. Ongoing technological advancements have helped to improve efficiency in customer service, but they also increase the expectations of clients and generate difficulties across the sector. A better understanding of these challenges would give hospitality managers a clear edge over the competition. Hoda Naim, founder and managing director of Vacancy tells us more
The regional F&B industry is evolving at a fast pace amid fierce competition and rising customer demand for innovation. Given the current climate, building a successful business is becoming more of an art than a science. Manal Syriani, managing director, WAY Consultants, explains
As the name implies ‘The Fine Print’ is where Ghassan Marrouche, a seasoned expert in the insurance sector looks at the parts that people don’t usually look at. Few are the people who read the fine print in their agreements, and especially when it comes to insurance policies. Here’s what you should keep in mind
Significant funds from – Ghadan 21 – were allocated to the tourism sector, with DCT Abu Dhabi launching a USD 163 million ‘mega events fund’.
India alone draw almost 1 million visitors to Dubai, particularly noteworthy given the severe air traffic and seat capacity challenges due to geopolitical volatilities.
This marks the second fashion collection Sanchez de Betak creates in collaboration with The Luxury Collection, with whom she previously traveled to Japan.