Dr. Fahad Al Jarboa, the Chief Executive Officer
Al Tayyar Travel Group has announced being the Golden sponsor for the Saudi Travel & Tourism Investment Market 2012 (STTIM)”, holding as a slogan: “Tourism for all, Partner for sustainable development”. The Saudi Commission for Tourism & Antiquities is the organizer for the STTM, under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz, Governor of the Riyadh. The forum will take place from April 2nd – 5th 2012, in the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Center. Al-Tayyar Travel Group’s sponsorship and participation in this forum is considered to be a support to promote the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as a tourism destination, regionally and internationally.
Dr. Fahad Al Jarboa, the Chief Executive Officer, commented by saying: “The forum will be a stage to show the investment and the opportunities Saudi travel market can offer. It will also contribute in reinforcing awareness for the travel and tourism industry, as it is considered to be a significant and active economical sector to attract businessmen for investment”.
The CEO also added: “We expect our Golden sponsorship and participation in this forum to meet up with specialists, exchange experiences, and also highlight the Kingdom’s tourism potential, as we are keen to contribute effectively in discussing panels and workshops that gather the decision makers from both Private and Governmental sectors, to support the development of the travel and tourism industry.”
Based on his solid experience, Dr. Fahad takes part into the “Travel & Tourism Competitiveness”, to discuss the key travel and tourism competitive indicators, identifying significant roles to support in guiding and re-planning, and then adopt them as indicators of development.
Al Tayyar Travel Group is also promoting through a special stand that includes all ATG subsidiaries the travel and tourism services. The objective is to have more interaction with their customers, and to introduce products and promotions that tackle the travel and tourism sector.