Cityscape for Hospitality Real Estate

Egypt’s continued robust hospitality performance over the past year was led by continuous efforts being made to improve safety, security and tourists’ overall experience as well as including global marketing campaigns and setting out new tourism regulations across the country.
The Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Antiquities also consolidated their agendas and officially merged into one body hoping to result in all of the tourism sector’s participants taking a more integrated approach to maximising the value of Egypt’s offering. In addition, since the UK lifted its ban on Sharm El Sheikh in late October, several operators have re-introduced the city to its programmes, which is set to boost tourist arrivals to the country.

According to Arabianindustry.com

Why attend?

For industry stakeholders, investors, and asset managers, this is an essential event.

  • Network with high-level investors, fund managers, and developers that are ready to do business
  • Cityscape also caters to a new audience interested in investing in the hospitality industry and discuss with developers showcasing their latest projects and developments


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