Final chance to vote at World Travel Awards Middle East 2014

Final chance to vote at World Travel Awards Middle East 2014

World Travel Awards, ‘the Oscars of the travel industry’, is issuing a final call to voters ahead of the Middle East Gala Ceremony 2014.

The red-carpet awards presentation event will take place at the stunning JW Marriott Marquis Dubai on May 4th 2014, and there is just a week to go before voting closes on March 31st.

The 2014 Middle East Gala Ceremony is the first stage of the annual Grand Tour, which will see World Travel Awards visit six continents in its search of the very best in the travel tourism, and hospitality industry.

A full list of the organisations competing for the prestigious trophies is here.

Head over to the official World Travel Awards website and register to vote here.

World Travel Awards president Graham Cooke said: “With just a few weeks to go before we start our 2014 Grand Tour excitement is starting to build amongst our nominees in the Middle East.

“Recognition by the World Travel Awards is seen as the highest accolade in the industry, and your vote can really make a difference. Register, and get involved now.”

World Travel Awards Gala Ceremonies are widely regarded as the best networking opportunities in the travel industry, attended by government and industry leaders, luminaries, and international print and broadcast media.

World Travel Awards

Hailed as ‘the Oscars of the travel industry’, World Travel Awards celebrates its 21st anniversary this year and is acknowledged across the globe as the ultimate travel accolade and aims to celebrate those brands that are pushing the boundaries of industry excellence.

WTA’s global media partner network includes International New York Times, TV5Monde, CNBC Arabiya, Newsweek, Outlook Traveller,
Travel & Leisure, Khaleej Times, Trade Arabia, TTN, Trav Talk India, Publituris, ASTA Network, Breaking Travel News, eTurboNews, Travel Daily News International and Focus on Travel News.

This global media partner network has a monthly readership of 1.7 million and a TV audience reach of 90 million.