Arabian Travel Market changes 2022 dates to accommodate new UAE working week

Reed Exhibitions, which is the organizer of the annual Arabian Travel Market (ATM), has announced a new date for this year’s event to accommodate the change in working days recently adopted by the United Arab Emirates (UAE). , who host the event organized in Dubai.

Following this new development, the four-day event will this year open on Monday, May 9 and run through Thursday, May 12, in line with the UAE’s new Monday-Friday working week. Taking place at the Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC), the revised date is also expected to complement international markets, the majority of which also follow the Monday-Friday working week. Middle East Exhibition Manager, Arabian Travel Market, Danielle Curtis, said, “We look forward to welcoming the global travel and tourism community to the United Arab Emirates on Monday, May 9, 2022.

Made possible by the UAE’s forward-thinking decision to move to a 5-day, Monday-Friday working week, we are confident that ATM 2022’s updated hours will benefit both exhibitors and attendees. by providing better alignment with international markets. Endorsing ATM’s position, the sentiment among UAE businesses is certainly very positive. According to a survey by management consultancy Mercer, overall 84% of private sector companies welcomed the initiative and 37% would take a flexible approach in the long term, especially those with strong business ties. with other Gulf countries. Now in its 29th year and in conjunction with the Dubai World Trade Center (DWTC) and the Dubai Department of Tourism and Economy (DTE), ATM 2022 will feature a wide selection of highlights from the show. Travel Forward, the world’s leading travel technology event, will highlight next-generation innovations for tourism and hospitality.

ATM buyer forums and speed networking events will take place during the four days of the show. After participating remotely in ATM 2021, this year will see the [email protected] forum and the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) participating live in Dubai for the very first time.

The dedicated [email protected] forum will cover current and future trends for tour operators and attractions, focusing on business growth through marketing, technology, distribution, thought leadership and executive-level relationships. . GBTA, the world’s leading business travel and meetings trade organization, will provide the latest business travel content, research and training to help drive the industry’s ongoing recovery and support business travel growth .

ATM will play a vital role in Arabian Travel Week (9-19 May), a festival of events dedicated to enabling travel professionals around the world to collaborate and shape the recovery of the travel industry in the Middle East through exhibitions, conferences, breakfast briefings, awards, product launches and networking events. The United Arab Emirates remains one of the safest countries from COVID-19 on the planet, with consistently low case rates and robust measures to keep tourists safe at every stage of their visit, from arrival to departure. Like its neighboring emirates, Dubai is committed to maintaining the highest health and safety standards. The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has endorsed its handling of the pandemic, awarding the city a “Safe Travels” stamp.


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