The Hotelier Middle East GM Survey 2017 is now open

All general managers across the Middle East, Levant and North Africa are encouraged to participate in the anonymous survey

Calling all general managers...
Calling all general managers...

The Hotelier Middle East GM Survey 2017 is now open for entries, and the region's general managers are urged to have their say.

This is an annual survey conducted with GMs in this region to find out the issues, trends and concerns affecting them the most. 

The survey will take five to 10 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous. It will be open for entries until Sunday, October 1, 2017.

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The results will be published in the November issue of Hotelier Middle East with detailed coverage also on the website.

It's open to all general managers across the Middle East, Levant, and North Africa to gain industry insights related to performance, geopolitical influencers, recruitment, and much more.

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