World tourism heads hold meeting in Riyadh for WTTC Global Summit

(MENAFN) Worldwide heads in the tourism industry are going to hold a meeting in the capital of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh, for the World Travel and Tourism Global Summit from starting from the 28th of November till the first of December as the nation progressively chases its journey to grow as an international tourist destination, in line with its Vision 2030 target.

Hyped to be one of the largest tourism occasions of the year, the worldwide summit is being arranged at the King Abdul Aziz International conference Center under the name “Travel for a Better Future."

Throughout the event, industry heads are going to exchange ideas around the future of the industry as well as the obstacles that need to be discussed to guarantee a safer, more resilient, inclusive, as well as maintainable travel and tourism sector.

As said by a press release released by WTTC, previous British Premier Theresa May is going to be one of the main talkers at the event, joined by additional prominent officials in the industry such as Jerry Inzerillo, group chief executive of Diriyah Gate Development Authority, and Paul Griffiths, chief executive of Dubai International Airports.



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