The even will take place on Wednesday, October 13th, with guests offering insight into how they have responded to the challenges posed by the pandemic.
Inspired and created by Michael Levie and David Keen, Kube has attracted some of the foremost entrepreneurs and disruptors in the hospitality space.
According to research into the GCC hotels projects market conducted by MEED Projects, co-organiser of AHIC alongside Bench, there are US $27 billion worth of hotel investments in the pipeline.
The Arabian & African Hospitality Investment Conference will address the most pressing issues impacting the hotel market in a post-pandemic world when it returns this week.
Hilton will have a major presence at upcoming hotel investment conferences across Europe, Middle East & Africa as in-person events return to the calendar.
The leading hospitality investment conference in the Middle East, AHIC, has confirmed the first 50 speakers for the event. The show is being held live and in-person from September 20-22 in Dubai.
Organisers hope the show will offer conversation, networking and market insight to help investors, owners and operators steer the post-pandemic hospitality landscape in the Middle East and Africa.
Visitors aged 18 and above will be required to present proof of any vaccine recognised by their national government or a negative PCR test taken within the previous 72 hours.
Travel Forward has confirmed a series of exhibitors for the annual event. The physical show is taking place at ExCeL London from November 1-3.
The Meetings Industry Association has announced it will be appointing Kerrin MacPhie as chief executive when Jane Longhurst retires after more than two decades this autumn.
The Roads & Transport Authority in Dubai will deploy 126 public ‘Expo Rider’ buses to provide free shuttle services to the Expo 2020 Dubai site.
The Electric Ballroom is set to host (probably) the first and (definitely) greatest ever brunch when the legendary Robins Pie & Mash bring their pies to town on Sunday.