SIAL Paris’s figures were close to those of 2018 — 265,000 professionals, of whom 85 percent came from overseas.
During an awareness campaign around travel accreditation, the Association of Travel and Tourist Agents in Lebanon (ATTAL) held a press conference in partnership and in the presence of Lebanon’s Minister of Tourism, Eng. Walid Nassar, and the chairman of the board and director general of Middle East Airlines, Mohamad El Hout, where the association unveiled its revamped website. The event was attended by VIPs, the press, associations, tourism syndicates, as well as ATTAL’s board and members.
With just a month to go before the FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar, Dubai’s hotels are reporting an extraordinary increase in bookings. Chadi Chidiac, managing partner of Protocol Hospitality Management and Consultancy, tells us more about how the UAE is benefiting from the event.
As the largest hospitality and foodservice event in the Kingdom, Saudi HORECA is on track to celebrate its 11th edition at Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Center from November 22–24. Here, we discuss the event, its visitor profile and why it is such an important annual meeting point for professionals.
HORECA Jordan marked the end of its eighth edition on September29 after three exhilarating days of networking, competitions and business exchange at Jordan International Exhibition Center.
World Travel Market (WTM), the global travel reunion, is gearing up for its forthcoming edition at Excel, from November 7-9. We sat with Juliette Losardo, WTM’s exhibition director, to hear her thoughts on the travel industry’s evolution and what’s in store at this year’s exhibition.
RDCL’s “Keys to Recovery: Revitalizing Lebanon’s Tourism Sector” roundtable reaffirms Lebanese will to rise again
On September 30, 2022, the RDCL, an association of business people who share the same vision of the Lebanese economy, organized a roundtable to discuss the keys to recovery and the means to revitalize Lebanon’s tourism sector.