Qatar Hospitality Summit 2017 kicks off in Doha

The seventh annual summit hosted by Hotelier Middle East in Doha has begun, with a day full of panel discussions and workshops to be featured

TRI Consulting associate director Chris Hewett.
TRI Consulting associate director Chris Hewett.

The Hotelier Middle East: Qatar Hospitality Summit has kicked off at the Grand Hyatt Doha, with a day packed with industry-relevant issues set to be discussed.

The seventh annual Qatar Hospitality Summit is set to provide the ideal forum for hoteliers from every department to reflect on how they are going to tackle key operational challenges, meet customer expectations and boost their bottom line over the coming year.

The day has begun with a presentation from TRI Consulting associate director Chris Hewett, who is revealing more about the market and forecasts for the year ahead.

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Following that, he will moderate a panel discussion on hoteliers in the country planning for the future, following a challenging 2016.

The day is filled with panel discussions on the re-classification standards in Qatar, and successful revenue management, along with workshops on food & beverage, housekeeping and digital technology.

Throughout the event, there will be opportunities for the delegates to meet and network with their peers in the industry, as well as the event's sponsors, which include:

Follow the coverage of the event from Hotelier's social media channels (Facebook page | Twitter | Instagram) with the official event hashtag: #HotelierQatar2017.

There will be networking opportunities throughout the day for delegates to meet with their peers and with the event's sponsors: Ronai, Protect-a-Bed, Infoscape, Papercats, Meat & Livestock Australia, Mulwarra and Coffee Planet. 

Full coverage of the event will be online and in the May 2017 edition of Hotelier Middle East, and the July-September issue of Hotelier Qatar.

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