HORECA Jordan Means Business

HORECA Jordan Means Business

As the country’s largest hospitality and foodservice event, we discover what’s happening at the fifth edition of HORECA Jordan

Taking place from October 9-11, 2018, HORECA Jordan will be showcasing the products and services of over 150 exhibitors at Zara Expo in Amman. It is anticipated that more than 10,000 trade professionals from around the region will attend the prestigious event in order to discover the latest products, technologies, trends, and, ultimately, do business.

Thuraya Husseini, chairperson and CEO of the Lawrence & Husseini Consult, the event organizer, says, “Given that professionals in the region value face-to-face interaction, HORECA remains a key business and networking platform. There are also a number of events, including the Hospitality Salon Culinaire, the Bed Making Competition, the Table Setting Contest and the Al Ameed Barista Competition, that highlight local talent and reward creativity.”

“Supporting events like HORECA Jordan, as we have done for several years, underlines our appreciation for the local hospitality and tourism industry. We’ve seen the exhibition expand steadily and we’re looking forward to that continuing as it not only educates people about the sector but acts as a driver for investment”

Dr. Abed Al Razzaq Arabiyat, Managing Director, Jordan Tourism Board

“The success achieved by HORECA Jordan represents the interest of companies, hotels, restaurants, factories and related services in the hospitality sector. Holding such events in Jordan helps to promote tourism and engages the public and private sectors to work together for the benefit of the industry”

Dr. Abdul-Hakeem Al-Hindi, Chairman of the Board, Jordan Hotel Association


Jordan has managed to turn challenges into opportunities, bridging three continents and being a regional and global hub for business, trade and investments. It has also been able to position itself as a regional leader in hospitality investments, welcoming a number of new hotels to Amman, the Dead Sea and Aqaba, including Fairmont, Rotana, Le Gray, Hilton, Ayla and Tala Bay.

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