According to McKinsey, the COVID-19 pandemic has reshaped the megatrends buffeting the USD 900 billion-a-year packaging industry.
The objective is to ensure that protocols are in place with an increased focus on health, safety and social distancing guidance.
As the outbreak of COVID-19 is sparing no business, including the hospitality industry, it becomes more important for hoteliers and stakeholders to know more about the legal implications of the impact of this virus. HN spoke to Scott Antel, partner at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP – Dubai, a specialized law firm to know more about it.
WTTC praised the G20 for freezing the debt of the world’s poorest countries as a major step towards enabling them to bolster their health systems.
The hotel’s general manager Joseph Coubat told the AFP: “It is because of the economic situation which is becoming unbearable.
The majority of hotel owners and investors have a positive outlook on the future of the hospitality industry and expect to see development opportunities.
There is no better time than now for influencers to be promoting your products/services and brand. They are engaging their followers even more than before.
Task forces have been established at both Meraas and Dubai Holding to look at the specific requirements on a case-by-case basis.
Globally, PepsiCo has committed more than USD 45 million to combat the impact of COVID-19, by providing vital local humanitarian support.