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Middle East tourist offering is on the brink of exciting times

11 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

Gerald Lawless, the former president and CEO of the Jumeirah Group and immediate-past chair of the World Travel and Trade Council said that the Middle East tourist offering is “on the brink of truly exciting times.”
Often cited as one of the visionaries who helped make Dubai the tourist showpiece that it is today, Lawless has dedicated more than 40 years of his life to hotels, constantly improving guest experience. He took over the charges of the Jumeirah Group in 1997 before the brand had even launched a single property.
In less than three years, the group was up and running - with the...
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