Oman Concierge Group hosts third AGM at Sheraton Oman

The annual general meeting was attended by more than 40 concierges from different parts of the country

Oman Concierge Group was founded in 2015
Oman Concierge Group was founded in 2015

Oman Concierge Group hosted its third Annual General Meeting in Sheraton Hotel in Oman attended by more than 40 concierges from different parts of the country.

The welcome address was given by Les Clefs d'Or UAE president & zone director of Arabian & Western Asia Abey Sam, who expressed his gratitude to the Oman Ministry of Tourism. He also spoke about the bond which is created between the guest and the concierge making them return to that specific hotel.

There was also a speech by Ministry of Tourism general manager of investor services & quality management Mohamed Mahmoud Al Zadjali. He presented the newly opened airport and also showcased future projects for Oman. Al Zadjali, extended his support to Oman Concierge Group and also thanked the group for carrying a key role in enhancing the tourism activities in the country.

Oman Concierge Group was founded in 2015, is affiliated with Les Clefs d’Or UAE and currently has four active members.

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