Le Meridien Dubai confirmed as GM Debate 2017 venue

The agenda for the eighth annual Great GM Debate was created with the input from hoteliers in the region

The Le Meridien Dubai.
The Le Meridien Dubai.

The Hotelier Middle East Great GM Debate 2017 will be held at the Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre.

The eighth annual conference provides more than 200 general managers and corporate hoteliers with a forum to discuss the challenges and opportunities they face on a day-to-day basis, and to learn from the best practice of their peers in a mutually supportive environment.

The event will be packed with informative panel discussions, presentations and on-stage interviews - all designed to give hoteliers best practice guidelines and stir up debate.

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An advisory panel came together in May 2017 to help set the agenda for the event.

Supporting the conference are platinum sponsors Coffee Planet, official water sponsor Acqua Panna & San Pellegrino, education partner Glion, and exhibitors Diversified, Integral Uniforms, and OSN.

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