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Tue, 30 August 2016

Hotelier Summit - Middle East to Take Place in Doha 27-29 September 2016

IDE, an international events organizer, will hold the inaugural Hotelier Summit - Middle East between 27-29 September at The Sheraton Grand Doha Resort and Convention Hotel in Doha.

“This exclusive closed-door deal flow platform is designed to conglomerate over 180 industry experts comprising of international and leading hotel owners, operators, developers, architects, interior designers, consultants and service providers for pre-meditated one-to-one business meetings, making it the one stop B2B solution platform for the Middle East hospitality industry,” said Ganesh Babu, Director - India & Middle East, IDE.

Hotelier Summit - Middle East is a part of the Hospitality Series with Qatar Airways as the Official Airline Partner and Colliers International as Knowledge Partner.

“Owing to key source market trends, increasing visitor demand for longer length of stay and value accommodation, there is a growing demand for mid-scale hotels and service apartments in the Middle East. With almost 501 hotels, totalling 144,321 rooms in various stages of development pipeline, we predict that demand growth in hospitality market will catch up with supply volume,” Ganesh said. “Foreign real estate developers have infused billions of dollars into countries such as Qatar, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Oman. We believe the future of hospitality in the region is promising as the sector is becoming more mature and it is witnessing long term infrastructure spending commitments and event-driven investments such Expo 2020 and 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar.”

With the market gaining traction owing to the long term infrastructure spending commitments and event-driven investments, IDE believes it is crucial for hoteliers and solution providers alike to capitalise on a business platform like this summit. 

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