With the final few months of 2018 fast approaching, it’s time to begin thinking about the trends that will to dominate the restaurant industry in the coming year. Toufic Akl, partner at Hodema Consulting Services, tells us what to look out for in 2019, as we sharpen our knives and forks in anticipation
With the number of visitors coming in to its main cities like Makkah and Dubai in particular now on a level with global destinations.
The primary drivers of canned food market in future will be the increasing urban population in Saudi Arabia.
International travel is expected to become more important as household wealth continues to rise.
As a result of the movement in revenue and costs, profit conversion at hotels in the Middle East & Africa was recorded at a punchy 43 percent of total revenue.
“We are working effortlessly to inspire and attract as many Emiratis as possible,” said Olivier Harnisch, CEO of Emaar Hospitality Group.
In celebration of the fifth edition of the Dubai Food Festival, Dubai Tourism along with research by food writer Samantha Wood of impartial restaurant review website FooDiva, compiled the top 10 food trends that have been slowly making their way to the forefront of our hearts and our palates, and...
HN provides a first look at key findings from founder and CEO of Insignia Worldwide, Guarav Sinha’s session on the upcoming F&B Trendlines report on the GCC, unveiled at GRIF 2018 at the Palazzo Versace Dubai.