Al Hokair Group appoints new CEO for tourism and development

Omar Sami Samara holds a Bachelor's Degree in accounting, decision science and management information systems from George Mason University, Virginia, USA

Omar Sami Samara.
Omar Sami Samara.

Al Hokair Group has appointed Omar Sami Samara as its chief executive officer for tourism and development.

Before his new role, Samara has held senior executive roles in finance, investment and leadership with companies in Saudi Arabia such as Masco and Salehiya Medical. Samara also served as the vice president of finance and chief financial officer at Al Hokair group from May 2013 to February 2015.

Samara holds a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting, decision science and management information systems from George Mason University, Virginia, USA and will be overseeing the company’s portfolio which comprises 40 plus hotels with more than 5,500 rooms across the properties in UAE, Jordan and Saudi Arabia.

Samara will be representing the company which will be present at Arabian Travel Market 2018 from April 22 to 25 on stand ‘HC 0570’ in Sheikh Saeed Hall in Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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