Second edition of SHIC to be held in Riyadh

The conference will be held from January 22-23

Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The second edition of the Saudi Arabia Hotel Investment Conference (SHIC) will be held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at the Marriott Riyadh Diplomatic Quarter from January 22-23 2019.

Organised by Saudi Event Management and Marketing (SEMARK), in partnership with Bench Events, MEED and Dur Hospitality, SHIC will provide a forum for more than 300 hotel investors, owners, developers and operators to discuss the growth of the hospitality industry in the Kingdom.

A two-day event, SHIC will feature keynote sessions from the Kingdom’s leading industry experts, headlined by His Royal Highness Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, President, Saudi Commission for Tourism & National Heritage, and including interviews with Eng. Abdullah bin Mohammed Al-Issa, Chairman of Dur Hospitality Company and Abdullah AlDawood, Group CEO of Altayyar Travel Group.

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