Executive Housekeeper Forum 2018 is underway in Dubai

The conference is being held at the Grosvenor House Dubai


The Hotelier Middle East Executive Housekeeper Forum is underway in Dubai, with a strong line-up of executive housekeepers from the region ready to discuss the opportunities and challenges in the sector.

The conference is being held at the Grosvenor House Dubai, and will focus on 'renovations and refurbishments' and 'the customer isn't always right' as one of the key themes in the sixth edition of the forum.

Also on the agenda are presentations on the importance of cost saving without compromising quality, setting KPIs and drafting service level agreements with service partners.

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Click here to see the full line-up of confirmed speakers, and follow @HotelierME on Twitter and Instagram for live updates throughout the day, with the official event hashtag #Housekeeper2018.

The post-conference report will be featured in the June 2018 issue of Hotelier Middle East.

The sponsors of this event are Guest Supply, Mühldorfer, ADA Pacific Direct, Diversified, Transguard Group, Andy Mannhart Co., Alina, Amadeus, Unisoap and Vorwerk.

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