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Ajman Tourism to participate in ATM


Saleh Mohamed Al Geziry says Ajman will showcase its tourist attractions during the exhibition.

Ajman Tourism Development Department (ATDD) will be participating in the twenty-eighth edition of the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) 2021, the leading global event for the travel and tourism industry, to held from 16th to 19th of May.

The department will showcase the impressive advantages Ajman has to offer and promote the emirate as a leading travel destination on the local and international tourism map.

Saleh Mohamed Al Geziry, Director-General of ATDD, stated that the Arabian Travel Market exhibition is an ideal opportunity to hold meetings, expand the network of relations with foreign countries, evaluate the opportunities to launch representative offices for Ajman Tourism around the world, and discuss the approaches to improve various aspects of cooperation between country representatives, government agencies, and tourism companies participating in this event.

The ATDD Director-General indicated that the exhibition is an important event in support of the tourism sector, defining its objectives, sharing new developments related to it, boosting assurance in travel and business development, and providing original insights on the latest technologies and trends that will undoubtedly shape the future of travel and tourism.

Through this participation, Ajman Tourism Development Department aims to reinforce its relations with major tourism agencies and companies, seek new opportunities for cooperation to improve the tourism sector, attract more tourists to Ajman, in addition to shedding light on the prominent locations across the emirate.

Al Geziry added that the participation comes in line with the department’s marketing strategy of this year which aims to improve the emirate’s position in the major global markets that export tourists, as the Arabian Travel Market is the first actual global event since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, making it crucial to the world and the tourism sector.


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