Tourism authorities in the Middle East had to rethink their strategies and implement new plans for reopening existing destinations and building new attractions in a safe and sustainable matter. They had to quickly adjust to the new normal while reviving the industry and increasing its contribution to the local economies and overcome the slowdown caused by the pandemic over last 2 years.
In light of this, the MENA Attractions & Destinations Forum is taking place on 28 - 29 September 2022 in Dubai, UAE, to discuss the region’s visions for the industry and explore upcoming projects and how to drive growth sustainably and effectively.
This is a must-attend event for professionals from across sectors including government and ministries, tourism agencies and consultancies, hotel chains, park owners and operators, museums, culture and heritage site authorities, technology and solution providers, and investment institutions.
This conference consists of industry insights that will be shared by senior executives from the region including:
- Chris Flynn, Executive Chairman & Founder, The World Tourism Association for Culture and Heritage
- Osama Khlawee, AVP Tourism Sites and Destination Development, Ministry of Tourism of Saudi Arabia
- Richard Krent, Director – Development, Qiddiya
- Patrick Duffy, Director, Department of Culture and Tourism Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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