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Global eNewsletter of December 01, 2022
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Thursday, 1st December 2022
 

Saudi Arabia aims to be one of the top 5 tourism destinations, India’s G20 Presidency a game-changer for the industry and more...

Saudi Arabia aims to be one of the top 5 tourism destinations
Thursday, 1st December 2022

The leaders of the World Tourism and Travel Council (WTTC) have described Saudi Arabia’s ambition to become one of the top 5 destinations in the world in the next decade as “unparalleled” in the history of tourism and travel.

Tourism from nature generates $600 bn, WTTC CEO Julia Simpson tells delegates while Saudi Ministry of Tourism signed MoUs with Oman, Indonesia and Barbados >>

India’s G20 Presidency can be a game-changer
1 Dec 2022 : India is slated to take over the G20 group of nations' presidency for a year, beginning on 1st December 2022 and ending on 30th November 2023 >>

Don’t overlook the long-term value of younger travellers
1 Dec 2022 : Countries must see younger travellers as an investment despite new obstacles to growing this market sector, experts have urged >>

Nobu plans for Hotel & Restaurant in Abu Dhabi
1 Dec 2022 : Opening in 2026 on Saadiyat Island, a world class cultural hub, Nobu Hotel will boast 165 luxuriously spacious guest rooms and suites, including a stunning Nobu Villa >>

Minor Hotels announces first NH Hotel in Asia
1 Dec 2022 : Minor Hotels has signed a management agreement with Phuket Boat Lagoon to rebrand the existing Boat Lagoon Resort in Phuket to NH Boat Lagoon Phuket Resort, marking the arrival of NH Hotels to Thailand and the brand’s Asia debut >>

MO announces a new resort in Vietnam
1 Dec 2022 : The project is scheduled to open in 2026 and will be the Group’s third property in Vietnam >>

HIGHLIGHT ARTICLE

Fresh Ideas for Surviving Future Crises in the Hotel Business
Thursday, 1st December 2022

During the crisis, hoteliers had to work on building trust and resilience in their teams while maintaining relationships with guests.

The crisis pushed hotels to rethink their medium and long term strategy and take the opportunity to make fundamental changes to their approach and ways of working.

Feelings of solidarity, mutual aid and exchanges of experiences were born, allowing new collaborations and synergies between hotels and stakeholders, and this is expected to continue in the future >>

Ways to Embrace Neurodiversity in Your Workplace
The COVID-19 pandemic put a spotlight on wellness and mental health in the workplace >>

In case you've missed it: Global eNews of November 30, 2022
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