One week left until HME's Security & Safety Summit

Colonel Mohammad Rashid Bin Saree Al Muhairi, director of tourism security at the Dubai CID, will be opening Hotelier Middle East's Safety & Security Summi

Colonel  Mohammad Rashid Bin Saree Al Muhairi
Colonel Mohammad Rashid Bin Saree Al Muhairi

On June 2, the best in the region’s hotel security will meet to discuss the newest trends in digital security, best in practice for dealing with hotel staff and other hot topics.

Over 100 delegates will be joining us from the Middle East’s hotels, from budget to resort, mid-market to five-star.

Hotelier is proud to announce that Colonel Mohammad Rashid Bin Saree Al Muhairi, director of tourism security at the Dubai CID, will be opening Hotelier Middle East's Safety & Security Summit and giving us his expertise on security matters.

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Also speaking at the event are safety and security representatives from the world’s leading hotels including Hilton Worldwide, FRHI Hotel & Resorts, InterContinental Hotels Group, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Marriott International, Rotana Hotel Management Corporation, and Jumeirah Group.

Have you registered to attend? You have one week to send in your details and attend with the movers and shakers keeping GCC hotel guests safe and secure.

To secure a free guest pass please contact Amanda Elisha on +971 4 444 3463 or Amanda.Elisha@itp.com today.

For sponsorship enquiries please contact Stephen Price on +971 4 444 3246 or Stephen.Price@itp.com

For full event information: www.hoteliermiddleeast.com/conferences/security

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