Emirates Palace Catering by DWTC launches in Abu Dhabi

The partnership between Emirates Palace and Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) is set to offer more to the events and catering scene in the UAE capital

(L-R) His Excellency Sultan Dahi Al Hameeri, managing director of EPCO; and Mahir Julfar, senior vice president  venue services management, DWTC
(L-R) His Excellency Sultan Dahi Al Hameeri, managing director of EPCO; and Mahir Julfar, senior vice president venue services management, DWTC

Emirates Palace has partnered with the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) to launch Emirates Palace Catering by Dubai World Trade Centre (EPC by DWTC).

The collaboration between these two hospitality organisations will bring a fully integrated, turn-key catering enterprise, both for events at the hotel and off-site, ranging across a variety of occasions such as private celebrations, banquets, weddings, government clients, corporate events, and more.

His Excellency Sultan Dahi Al Hameeri, managing director of Emirates Palace Company Owners (EPCO) said in a statement: “The collaboration of two such distinguished brands is the answer to the capital’s demand for a catering concept that attends to the needs of our discerning local community and offers traditional cuisine. EPC by DWTC will strive for a level of luxury and distinction that is simply unprecedented in the region."

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Dubai World Trade Centre has expertise in providing end-to-end solutions for events of all sizes, further supported by its operations, sales and logistic outfit. 

DWTC senior vice president - venue services management Mahir Julfar added: "At the Dubai World Trade Centre, we continuously look at ways to enhance our delivery, service and holistic solutions to ensure we raise the bar for our offering, benchmarking ourselves against the best in the world. Our partnership with a celebrated brand like the Emirates Palace allows us to tap into the capital’s thriving culinary scene, showcasing our market-leading skills, and offering guests events that are most memorable."

Emirates Palace general manager Martin Cramer also commented: "Emirates Palace Catering by Dubai World Trade is poised to corner the UAE catering market which, prior to its launch, overlooked traditional Emirati cuisine. This merger will further enable the sharing of our level of hospitality to an even wider audience and allow us to better serve our community with magnificent traditional cuisine. From an elaborate birthday celebration to a wedding or industry reception, EPC by DWTC guarantees no event is too large or small for its fresh touch of elegance."

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