Saudi Arabia is looking into possibilities of virtual hospitality on the...

Riyadh: «The Gulf»

The Future of Hospitality Conference, a virtual conference designed to discuss promising visions and ideas and address challenges in the hospitality sector, has revealed its intention to take advantage of the latest digital event technology to host one of the most influential events in the hospitality world in the world, to overcome the hurdles involved in organizing a mega event in 2020. Because of the current circumstances.
Within the framework of the program of international conferences held on the sidelines of the Saudi G20 Presidency for the year 2020, the Saudi Ministry of Tourism and the Saudi Secretariat of the G20 are organizing the conference, with the support of Bench Digital, which will provide a reliable digital events platform supported by the latest technologies to provide a world-class interactive and live experience. .
The two-day conference will offer many benefits that allow attendees to interact with live content and with other attendees and guest speakers, as part of a comprehensive program based on 3 pillars.
More than 6,000 people will also experience the best features of virtual reality-based conferences; They will benefit from online exhibition spaces, individual video networks, integrated chatting mechanisms with all participants, and many other advantages.

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