Prince Sultan bin Salman receives "AHIC-2014 Leadership Award"

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Prince Sultan receiving the AHIC-2014 Leadership Award in Dubai
 
His Royal Highness Prince Sultan bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz, President of SCTA, on Sunday, 4th May received the "AHIC-2014 Leadership Award" in the field of hotel investment from the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference (AHIC-2014) in recognition of his vibrant role in the development of hotel sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
 
The award was handed over to the President of SCTA in the opening ceremony of the AHIC Conference which was held in Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE, on 4th and 5th, May, (Sunday to Monday) on the sidelines of the events of the Arabian Travel Market 2014 in which SCTA represented the Kingdom. 

The event was attended by the leaders of international companies, hotel managers, and senior officials in the hospitality business, in addition to the international investors in the field of hotels and hospitality.
 
Following the award ceremony, the President of SCTA attended a media interview, in which he gave a detailed account on the present and the future status of the hotel investments in the Kingdom. The media interview with HRH President of SCTA was attended by the leaders of international companies, hotel managers, senor officials in the hospitality business, in addition to international investors in the hotel and hospitality area.
 
 
 
Arabian Hotel Investment Conference (AHIC-2014):
 
The event was held in Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE, under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmad bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority. 
 
 
AHIC Participants:
 
The conference which was held under the theme "A decade of defining Hotel Investment Landscape” was attended by over 550 participants including leaders of the hospitality sector, key investors in hotels, industry developers, operators, and advisors, engaging in in-depth discussions highlighting the current and future status of tourism and hospitality in the region.
 
 
Sessions:
 
The conference within its agenda this year was devoted to several sessions. The first day hosted a session under the theme "Hospitality sector in GCC and surrounding countries", which was one of the most important sessions and essentially focused on the GCC governments' plans for sustainable development.
 
The session discussed the GCC governments plans in fulfilling the increased demand on the hospitality sector, tourism sector and the infrastructure, and how the partnerships between the public and private sectors can boost investment in this sector.
 
A large number of highly eminent leaders in the hospitality sector participated in the session representing both the public and private sector in the region.