Nouhad Dammous, editor-in-chief of Hospitality News Middle East, discusses just a few of the ways in which the coronavirus pandemic has reshaped the hotel and restaurant industry.
Coffee makes the world go round, as these five experts will tell you. Read what they have to say about the latest industry trends and why specialty coffee is on the rise.
There’s a well-known saying that a boss says “Go,” whereas a leader says “Let’s go!” Mark Dickinson of DONE! Hospitality Training Solutions lifts the lid on what real leadership is all about.
Sommet Education will provide TDF’s employees and clients with the opportunity to enroll in training courses for various professions.
The NEOM and UNWTO competition is the first national initiative dedicated to identifying new leaders of the tourism sector’s transformation.
Bakkal is located on the ground floor of Turkish Village and stocks a range of fresh, dried and frozen goods that are imported from Turkey on a weekly basis.
Besides having more “sticking power” than text alone, visual communication is a universal tool with few language barriers, enabling seamless communication. Consultant Chirine Salha uncovers the different ways in which images and videos are being used by the tourism sector to entice would-be travelers.
Most Middle Eastern countries are finally experiencing some form of normalcy after months on standby due to the pandemic. Nada Alameddine, managing partner at Hodema consulting services, gives us an in-depth account of what’s happening in the region, which shows positive signs of regrowth.