Covid-19 has impacted every sector of the economy. Mansoor Ahmed, director (MENA) for Healthcare, Education and PPP at Colliers international, talks revival and the role of wellness tourism as travel restrictions are gradually lifted and hotels begin to reopen.
Tim Cordon: Those who understand the new definition of ‘normal’, will be able to benefit from new opportunities.
He explained that many countries in the Middle East have already started to see a recovery in the fourth quarter of 2020.
The Red Sea Development Company is the developer behind one of the world’s most ambitious regenerative tourism projects.
The appeal to young Saudis of a career in tourism or hospitality is driven by the perceptions of the lifestyle it will provide.
The immersive two-day conference experience will be packed with features that allow attendees to engage and interact with not only the live content on offer, but also with other attendees and guest speakers, as part of a comprehensive three-pillar program.
Mansoor Ahmed, director for MENA region for healthcare, education and public private partnership (PPP) at Colliers International, tackles the hot topic of hospitality education.
Many wonder whether luxury properties will have to adopt stricter operation measures to sustain and kick off back their activities.
Ramy said that even though the tourism industry generated USD 80 billion within ten years, the government did not lead any initiative towards supporting it.
In this webinar, AFNOR Middle East, in collaboration with Hospitality News, will discuss how to help the hospitality sector regain the trust of all stakeholders to adjust to the new normal.