Edmund Bartlett, minister of tourism for Jamaica, has underscored the need for tourism interests around the world to embrace and leverage a new ‘smart tourism’ model.
Future Hospitality Summit – a virtual conference being developed to explore big ideas and tackle the challenges facing the hospitality industry – is set to take place live from Riyadh later this month
A virtual conference being developed to explore big ideas and tackle the challenges facing the hospitality industry, the show is set to take place live from Riyadh later this month.
Bench Events has wrapped up a successful showcase in Dubai, overcoming the adverse circumstances surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic to welcome the hospitality industry to the emirate. Here we take a look back at headlines from the gathering
Bench Events has revealed the first details of the upcoming Future Hospitality Summit. Organised alongside the ministry of tourism in Saudi Arabia, the event will take place live from Riyadh.
The three-day show, organised by Bench Events, is packed with critical insights from industry leaders and networking opportunities designed for a new world.
The all new AHIC on the Road will take place on Tuesday, September 29th until Thursday, October 1st, with (regulation allowing) each day taking place at a new hotel location in Dubai.
As governments around the world begin to ease the handbrake on restrictions, Breaking Travel News takes a fresh look at what it will mean for the travel event space
African hotel development had returned to growth at the start of 2020, with more than 78,000 rooms in 408 hotels in the pipeline, according to the twelfth annual survey by W Hospitality Group. However, the Covid-19 outbreak is now shattering the local hotel industry.
Bench Events has launched the latest in its expanding portfolio of online shows, with Africa Tomorrow expected to debut in July. Tourism in the African hospitality and aviation sectors is facing challenges never witnessed before.