In October ras Al Khaimah Tourism hosts first WTTC MENA event

In October ras Al Khaimah Tourism hosts first WTTC MENA event

eTurboNews Syndication:

Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority (RAKTDA) will undoubtedly be hosting the inaugural World Travel & Tourism Council Middle East & On October 2 north Africa Leaders Forum, 2019 combining key industry leaders to go over the core issues facing the region’s travel & tourism sector.

The forum will undoubtedly be organized for the very first time in your community and held at Al Hamra International Exhibition & Conference Center, Ras Al Khaimah. Bringing government agencies together, industry associations, CEOs and senior leaders of the most notable tourism and travel agents, experts, and media from over the region, the WTTC Middle East & North Africa Leaders Forum will explore contemporary issues facing the sector and discuss growth opportunities to advance the regional agenda.

The one-day forum will engage 150-200 leaders in panel and keynotes discussions concentrating on key themes, including; investment and challenges opportunities; job creation and skill development; environment and climate action; and digital disruption.


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Raki Phillips, CEO of RAKTDA said, “Tourism is among Ras Al Khaimah’s most significant economic sectors and is known as an integral engine for continued GDP growth and job creation in the UAE. The chance to host this prestigious industry forum comes at a pivotal time once we try to fuel a sustainable tourism-driven economic growth in Ras Al Khaimah, as guided by our current Destination Strategy 2019-2021.”

Gloria Guevara, President & CEO, WTTC, said, “Through the center East & North Africa Leaders Forum, we shall bring the region&rsquo together; your day s top travel leaders to go over the pressing issues of, including investment trends, visa facilitation and climate action.”

Author: George Taylor

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