HMH - Hospitality Management Holding is all set for a strong presence at Arabian Travel Market 2017 (ATM). Mr Ferghal Purcell, COO of HMH, said, “We have a number of strategic announcements lined up for ATM this year that is the MENA region’s largest B2B travel and tourism show. It gives us the perfect opportunity to meet, network, negotiate and conduct business with the global travel trade.
Experiential Travel, encompassing the adventure, culture, heritage, wellness & spa and cruise tourism segments, which is currently trending globally, has been adopted as the official show theme of ATM. Mr Purcell, said, “HMH is well placed to offer its guests unique experiences. Visit HMH stand HC0530 during the Arabian Travel Market from 24-27 April, 2017, in Sheikh Saeed Arena at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Founded in 2003 in Dubai, HMH - Hospitality Management Holdings is a fully integrated hotel management company that prides itself for being one of the pioneers among local groups that are specialized in the dry segment. Being the largest operator in the sector within the region, HMH provides hotel owners and developers a broad spectrum of world-class management solutions with five distinct, yet complementary, hotel brands catering to varied market segments from luxury to budget. These include The Ajman Palace Hotel, Coral Hotels & Resorts, Corp Hotels, EWA Hotel Apartments and ECOS Hotels.
Many popular instant messenger applications have conferencing features which allow users to share files and other data. Just about any type of professional in any sphere of business can utilize these tools to their benefit. More large businesses are using web conferencing solutions to train staff and team mobilization. Whereas sending staff to a conference was once par for the course, webinars now seem to be the first choice of many.
And what tool is at the vanguard of this shift towards keeping spending in check, The answer is data conferencing, which effectively eliminates the need for extensive travel. Information of this and other web conferencing vendors and their products is readily available online. It is fair to ask whether web meetings are as effective a forum as one that is held face-to-face. In some cultures, the idea of holding a meeting on a computer may seem offensive to say the least.