The Future Hospitality Summit (FHS) will debut in Dubai in September, bringing together industry leaders from the Middle East and Africa for discussions, agreements and insights into the continued growth of the hospitality and tourism in the region.
Hosted by Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts and co-organized by The Bench and MEED, FHS brings together the investment communities of the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference (AHIC), Global Restaurant Investment Forum (GRIF) and AviaDev under one roof. . Other conference tracks include Sustainability and Innovation, Startup Den, and the Future of Human Capital. The three-day summit takes place at Madinat Jumeirah from September 19-21, 2022, bringing together government leaders, hotel investors, owners, developers and operators to discuss hot industry topics, set the stage for the future and network with elite players in their field. .
“Following the resounding success of FHS Saudi Arabia in May, we are now gearing up for the highly anticipated FHS in Dubai,” said Jonathan Worsley, Chairman of The Bench. “As the region’s flagship hospitality investment platform, the event promises to be a hive of activity, with an action-packed program, a plethora of high profile speakers and announcements. exciting industry experiences to strengthen the central role of the ever-growing hospitality and tourism sectors in the MENA region.We look forward to welcoming the most respected, experienced and influential names in hospitality and tourism. at this prestigious event.
FHS in Dubai will focus on the main theme of the event Driving change, which the FHS Advisory Council – a carefully curated group of senior industry leaders – discussed at Al Jaddaf Rotana last week to help shape the program by sharing ideas and discussing focus areas, challenges and most important trends for the industry. The FHS program will present a wide range of topics under the main theme of the event, including continued post-pandemic recovery and investment forecasts in hospitality and climate, sustainability, technology, innovation, well-being, leadership and talents.
“We are delighted to have hosted industry peers at the reception of the Al Jaddaf Rotana Suite Hotel. The region is currently one of the most exciting and dynamic places in the world, especially for the tourism and hospitality industry. The second half of the year will be exceptionally busy with mega events taking place in the region. I am confident that the momentum will continue and I believe hotel groups will experience accelerated development and growth in the region,” said Guy Hutchinson, President and CEO of Rotana.
FHS takes place in Dubai’s world famous Madinat Jumeirah, which hosted AHIC in 2021 and was the venue for the launch of the event in 2006. economic diversification, security, inclusiveness and yet, as a young nation , she is progressive, with the agility to effect change quickly and have a positive impact. The travel and hospitality sectors are facing challenges, much like every industry you look at today, but with increased collaborations between the public and private sectors as well as peer-to-peer collaborations, we can lead the change effectively. This is an important dialogue to have and Jumeirah Group is proud to partner with the Future Hospitality Summit, to bring together industry leaders from around the world, share their insights and set the stage for a successful and sustainable future,” said commented José Silva, Managing Director of the Jumeirah Group.
Delegates can expect a host of investment sessions, high profile networking opportunities, exclusive signings and more during FHS, which is also hosting the finals of the 2022 Sustainability Hospitality Challenge, a global competition for students to transform their ideas into innovation. and sustainability into a reality,
For more information about FHS in Dubai, visit https://www.futurehospitalitysummit.com/