The Future of Hospitality kickstarts today

The Future of Hospitality kickstarts today

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Future Hospitality Summit (FHS), the hybrid virtual conference developed to explore big ideas and tackle the challenges facing the hospitality industry kickstarted today.

Organized by the Ministry of Tourism Saudi Arabia and G20 Saudi Secretariat, as part of The International Conferences Program, honoring the G20 Saudi presidency year 2020 – FHS is powered by Bench Digital’s tried-and-tested, cutting-edge, digital event platform, providing an interactive and world-class live experience. 

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.  

More than 6,000 online attendees will experience all the best features of an offline conference in a virtual world, as they take advantage of an online exhibition space, one-to-one video networking, integrated chat features for all participants, and more. As a market leader in the delivery of virtual conferences, Bench Digital is perfectly positioned to ensure FHS provides a unique, innovative, inspirational, and important platform to bring the industry together and rebuild confidence in the global community.  In doing so, FHS aims to get the conversation started and establish the critical connections required to build relationships, unity and actionable ways to support one another for a stronger response for a stronger future.

By incorporating advanced intuitive tools into its digital platform, Bench Digital will enable FHS attendees to effortlessly engage and interact with each other, make new connections, and attend sessions live from their homes or offices, while a comprehensive line-up of industry leaders and change-makers discuss, reimagine and pave a new path towards the future of hospitality in the Middle East and across the globe. To enhance the hybrid experience even more, the FHS studio has been set up in Riyadh to host Saudi-based speakers and moderators’ sessions, which will be live streamed around the world for virtual attendees.

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