The Hotelier Middle East Supplier Survey 2018 now live

Suppliers to MENA hotels urged to anonymously contribute to the annual supplier survey, which will be analysed in the March edition of Hotelier Middle East

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Making a return for its ninth iteration, the annual Hotelier Middle East Supplier Survey is now open for entries and is inviting anonymous participation from the region's hotel suppliers.

The survey is open to all suppliers who work with hotels located in the Middle East and North Africa, and it will be open until Saturday, February 17, 2018.

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Supply chain is important for the growing number of hotels and restaurants in this region, and with the introduction of VAT to the UAE and Saudi Arabia, suppliers have many aspects of the business to keep an eye on.

Suppliers can be assured that all responses are completely anonymous and the survey will take just 5-10 minutes to complete.

A full report on the results will be revealed in the March issue of Hotelier Middle East, and will also be reported online.

For more information, contact ITP Business Hospitality Group group editor Devina Divecha.



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