Jumeirah Group conducts a Pan-India webinar for the travel trade

Following the recent success of the road shows held in Delhi and Mumbai, Jumeirah Group held a webinar for the travel trade across the country. The objective was to update and further educate the travel trade community regarding the latest developments within the Jumeirah properties.

India is a key source market into the UAE and into a number of other destinations including the UK and the Maldives. The webinar provided a common platform for 500 travel agents to connect and gain more insights into the significant USPs offered by the properties. Jumeirah Group’s key objective was to expand and strengthen their ties with the luxury travel segment and to reach out to a larger audience. During 2018, the group intends to solidify its foothold in the Indian market by increasing brand visibility and awareness.

While the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is synonymous with the brand in Dubai, Madinat Jumeirah and Jumeirah Emirates Towers have also proved particularly attractive to the Indian market. Jumeirah Group has 11 hotels in the UAE and a presence across Europe, Middle East and Asia. During 2018, the group plans to open Jumeirah Royal Saray, Bahrain; Jumeirah Sa’adiyat Island, Abu Dhabi; Jumeirah Bali, Indonesia; Jumeirah Nanjing, China; and Jumeirah Muscat Bay, Oman.

Jumeirah Group recently scooped 8 trophies at the Middle East version of the World Travel Awards including Middle East’s Leading Luxury Hotel Brand 2017. The news comes shortly after Jumeirah Al Naseem was voted ‘Best Hotel in the Middle East’ by the prestigious Prix Villegiature in France.

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