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Winnow Vision technologies are being implemented by leading global hotels in more than 40 countries, where they are utilized by over 1,300 kitchens.
“Our new all-inclusive resort platform is a natural progression for Marriott International,” said Tony Capuano, Marriott International’s executive vice president and global chief development officer.
Eligible projects must have an innovative tech solution in the travel and tourism space, and an MVP or pilot that’s ready to scale.
Plug and Play and Miral’s program will commence in Q3 of 2019, with the first batch of selected startups residing at ADGM.
The aim is to engage customers, enable them to customize their travel plans, and revolutionize the way reservations are made.
The service will be rolled out across the entire Jumeirah Hotels and Resorts portfolio by June 2019.