Al Bustan to unveil strategic plans at ATM
Dubai, April 9, 2012
Al Bustan Centre and Residence, a leading hotel apartment in Dubai, will promote its new facilities for the corporate markets and special packages for summer at the upcoming Arabian Travel Market (ATM) in Dubai.
ATM, a major travel and tourism event, will take place from April 30 to May 3 at Dubai international Convention and Exhibition Centre.
“ATM is a good platform to meet local and international travel trade partners from all over the world,” said Moussa El Hayek, chief operating officer, Al Bustan Centre & Residence.
“We hope to gain from this event business from new markets like Poland, Spain and Portugal which recently started to divert their business to Dubai from other destinations, as well as to enhance our position in our feeder markets like GCC, CIS and Chinese.”
“Being in the market for more than 15 years, Al Bustan Centre & Residence is a message by itself. Every year, our loyal and repeat guests visit our stand to check on any developments so this is the perfect opportunity to interact with them and ensure that their satisfaction is our main concern!” he added.
Al Bustan Center & Residence has created “15 years of continuous success” as the slogan for its anniversary.
“This slogan means a lot to us. It means 15 years of challenges, 15 years of great achievements and 15 years of new concepts in the tourism industry. Our footprints on the tourism industry are as strong as the palm trees in the oasis,” said El Hayek.
“We are celebrating 15 years of Al Bustan Centre and Residence along with those employees who have been already 15 years in this property. They play an integral part in defining our image,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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