Date extended for the Women in Hospitality Power List 2020

Through this list we would like to appreciate women in a primarily male-dominated industry

Please note that this list is applicable to you only if you're working in the Middle East and North Africa region
Please note that this list is applicable to you only if you're working in the Middle East and North Africa region

Hotelier Middle East is back with the second edition of the highly successful Women in Hospitality Power List and we have extended the dates for registrations until December 8, 2019.

Through this list we would like to appreciate women and their hard work in a primarily male-dominated industry.

To be part of Hotelier Middle East’s Women in Hospitality Power List 2020 all you have to do is follow the link and fill in all the details.

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Please note that this list is applicable to you only if you're working in the Middle East and North Africa region.

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