UAE Ambassador to Nigeria, Dubai Tourism CEO, lead delegation to 2019 Akwaaba in Lagos

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Issam Kazim, CEO, Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing

The leading Tourism Destination in Middle East and Africa, Dubai will be attending the 15th Akwaaba African Travel Market 2019, scheduled to hold from 22nd -24th September at the Eko Hotels and Suites Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria.

Dubai has become the biggest Destination for Nigerian Travellers with over 20 flights a day terminating in Dubai from Lagos and Abuja. It is believed that over 300,000 Nigerians pass through Dubai every year.

This year with more Partners and delegates, Dubai will be launching a dedicated breakfast to meet the entire travel trade tagged ‘A glimpse of Dubai’. About 22 companies and a high-powered delegation from the DTCM will engage Africa on Destination Dubai. Dubai will also be giving out lots of Prices and gifts to participants via Raffles.

DTCM Delegation includes: Issam Kazim CEO, Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing; Stella Obinwa Director Africa, International Operations; Shae Brotherton -Senior Manager Integrated Experience Management; Tareq Binbrek Senior Associate, International Operations; Salim Ali Mohamed Dahman Senior Manager Campaigns, Campaign Management  and Janelle Lewis Senior Manager, International Communications, PR and Communications.

The Companies coming include:
1)    Mida Travels
2)    Pacific Destination Tourism L.L.C
3)    Palazzo Versace Hotel L.L.C
4)    Red Apple Middle East Tourism LLC
5)    Royal Arabian Destination Management DMCC
6)    The Ritz Carlton Dubai
7)    Travel Destination Online DMCC
8)    W Hotel Palm Jumeirah
9)    Wings Tours Gulf (L.L.C)
10)    Copthorne Hotel
11)    Emaar Hospitality Group LLC
12)    Avani Deira Dubai Hotel
13)    American Hospital
14)    VPS Group
15)    Dubai Health Authority
16)    Expo2020
17)    Golden Sands (3) Hotel Apartments
18)    Golden Treasure Tourism L.L.C
19)    JA Resorts & Hotels L.L.C
20)    Rayna Tourism L.L.C
21)    Jumeirah Group
22)    Orient Tours LLC

This comes as Gambia Tourism Board seeks to renew their presence in Nigeria.

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