3rd Annual Travel Tech Middle East starts today in Dubai

TTME 2019 is also grateful to this year's sponsors: Mastercard, Wirecard, Apiso, Nucore Software Solutions, Quadlabs, Wex, Infiniti Software Solutions and HolidayTaxis

3rd Annual Travel Tech Middle East starts today in Dubai

DUBAI: The third edition of Travel Tech Middle East Congress launches today in Dubai, the leading event is organized by Verve Management UAE, and will be held over two days with participation of local and regional travel & tourism experts from the travel industry, with key speakers from the leading travel & tourism operators, top solution providers, and academics to highlight the adoption of the latest technological solutions for the growth of the sector

Key topics were discussed by industry professionals during the sessions which included enhancing competitiveness in the sector through the application of the latest digital innovations, the use of modern technological solutions in the development of payment methods for travel and tourism services, the impact of social networking sites on the future of the sector, the future growth of the hotel sector in the UAE and the Middle East, the use of technology to support customer loyalty programs and promote the work of low-cost airlines, the importance of digital transactions with blockchain technology in the local sector, and other important topics.

“There was a noticeable increase in consumer interest in accessing comments and social networking sites, before choosing the services provided by industry players, which is of great importance in brand building and affects marketing in the travel and tourism sector. 83% of consumers said they were exploring new products and services through Instagram” said, Dawn Kubicek (Leaders in Digital).

TTME 2019 Eminent Speakers includes: Abdulrahman Mutrib (Seera Group), Abdelrahman Elgamal (Friendycar), Amanpreet Singh (Rehlat), Andrew Pearson (Intelligencia), Biju Antony (Al Futtaim Travel), Brett Henry (MG Group), Dharmendra Sharma (Oberoi Hotels and Resorts), Matthew Sliedrecht (Cleartrip.com), Paulina Klotzbucher (Travelstart), Philip Jones (Accor), Sharath Nair (AirArabia), Tathagat Tripathi (OYO UAE), Vineet Budki (Guiddoo Worldwide) and many more!

TTME 2019 is also grateful to this year’s sponsors: Mastercard, Wirecard, Apiso, Nucore Software Solutions, Quadlabs, Wex, Infiniti Software Solutions and HolidayTaxis.

“Since the travel and tourism industry in the Middle East is expanding, we’re set to bring the Travel Tech Middle East Congress on Saudi Arabia in 2020” said, Sabah Parvez (Verve Management).

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