Les Clefs d'Or UAE, AICR UAE host networking event in Dubai

The event registered an attendance of around 130 hospitality industry professionals

Les Clefs d'Or UAE and AICR UAE join forces
Les Clefs d'Or UAE and AICR UAE join forces

Les Clefs dÓr UAE and AICR UAE (Amicale Internationale des Sous Directeurs et Chefs de Réception des Grand Hôtels or AICR The International Association for Deputy Managers and Front Office Managers of Luxury Hotels) hosted a networking event for around 130 hospitality industry professionals.

Les Clefs dÓr UAE President, UICH zone director Arabian & Western Asia, Abey Sam emphasised the importance of networking among hospitality associations.

At the opening ceremony, MERAAS Family Entertainment Centres’ general manager, Victoria Lynn spoke about the company's goals. While Expo 2020’s director of destination marketing, Sumanthi Ramanathan & senior manager of destination marketing, Tarik Achab spoke about how everyone will experience Emirati hospitality as well as learn the UAE’s values of inclusion, tolerance and cooperation at the Expo.

AICR UAE’s president, Yomi Egbeleye presented the AICR organisation. Olga Velceva, Receptionist Of The Year (ROTY) coordinator announced the ROTY competition for 2019 and encouraged hotels to participate so that an overall receptionist can be selected to represent the UAE in the international competition.

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