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GH2020

  • 21-25 FEBRUARY, 2021
  • DUBAI WORLD TRADE CENTRE

What's happening in our industry

What's happening in our industry

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  • Out of coffee, want coffee, need coffee…if those are the words that first run through your head when you wake up, this post is your treasure trove! This seeming never-ending quarantine and the viral r ...
  • MIT engineers have designed a Velcro-like food sensor, made from an array of silk microneedles, that pierces through plastic packaging to sample food for signs of spoilage and bacterial contamination. ...
  • The UAE federal government posted a second-quarter budget surplus of around Dh9.75 billion, up from a surplus of Dh1.8 billion in the first quarter 2020. Revenues in the second quarter were at Dh34.74 ...
  • Consumer spending continued to increase in the UAE and rose 63 per cent in August, compared with March, as the government eased coronavirus-related restrictions to allow businesses and other economic ...
  • NutriCal, a food data intelligence software, has launched in the region with the aim to equip businesses with information they can use to attract and retain customers. NutriCal can be integrated by re ...
  • Events in Dubai resume as tourism normalises

    06 Aug 2020 Arabian Industry
    Concerts and events are now allowed to resume in Dubai according to a recent government directive. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, health and safety measures must be in place, including sanit ...
  • Dubai Tourism, Microsoft partner to streamline services

    05 Aug 2020 Travel& Tourism News Middle East
    With a growing focus on the use of technology to transform the world’s business ecosystem amid the global pandemic, Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) has partnered w ...
  • Though restrictions imposed on hotel properties and travellers are easing, it’s safe to say that recovery won’t happen overnight. As part of their phased approach, both the Dubai Government and Federa ...
  • The system solution for industry catering

    16 Jul 2020 Food Business Gulf & Middle East
    Shortage of skilled stuff, cost pressure, digitalisation – these are the challenges caterers in the catering industry have to face. Added to this are the increased demands of the guests with regard to ...
  • A number of Dubai chefs have taken to social media to inspire home cooks with online recipe demonstrations, following the UAE restaurant closures. Roberto Segura launched his “Cooking at Home” online ...
  • oFood, the first and only homegrown food delivery app and website run by restaurant owners, is now live and available for download on ioS and Android. Designed to help restaurants lower delivery costs ...
  • Domestic tourists returning to Abu Dhabi have been instrumental in recovering the emirate’s hotel sector, according to Ali Al Shaiba, executive director, Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi. ...

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