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The Hotel Show Preview 2010

18 - 20 MAY 2010 DUBAI WORLD TRADE CENTRE 11:00 ­ 19:00 DAILY

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Operating Equipment & Supplies

A. Ronai - 2E181

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Sealy Mattress - 2A191

Ogigis Overseas - 3C221

Nespresso Perfetto - 3B205

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Operating Equipment & Supplies

Discover and experience the latest products and innovative solutions designed especially for the food and beverage, housekeeping and back-of-house departments.

This year's new show feature, the coffee shop & juice bar, will bring you live demonstrations of the very latest in related technologies and products in this dedicated food and beverage sector. Some of the highlights include: BonCafe, UAE - Stand No. 3A200 Coffema, UAE - Stand No. 3A211 Nespresso Perfetto, UAE - Stand No. 3B205 Monalisa Establishment, UAE - Stand No. 3A210

The corporate catwalk will, once again, provide you with an exclusive opportunity to view the latest line of stylish uniforms influencing the world of hospitality fashion. The following exhibitors will feature clothing for Front of House, Housekeeping, Food & Beverage and Spa departments: A. Ronai - Simon Jersey, UAE - Stand No. 2E181 Eagle K-Wear, Malta - Stand No. 2F190 Reckless Designs, The Netherlands - Stand No. 2F177 TM Fashion Uniforms, Egypt - Stand No. 2E195 Fashion Show Date and Timings May 18 May 19 May 20 14:00, 16:00 and 18:00 12:00, 14:00, 16:00 and 18:00 12:00, 14:00, 16:00 and 18:00

Student Design Award

Students from local universities and fashion institutes will display their interpretation of corporate uniforms in the exclusive design gallery. The competition winners will have their designs featured on the corporate catwalk, as well as have the chance to win a one-week internship with A. Ronai - suppliers of Simon Jersey. The participating universities include: Centre of Executive Education, Dubai Heriott Watt University, Dubai Mahatma Gandhi University, Dubai Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Dubai Pearl Fashion Learning & Design Centre, Sharjah Preston University, Ajman

Staff Productivity Management in Housekeeping Liz Lycette, Founder of L&A Traditionally, the Housekeeping Department is one of the largest in a hotel's operation. Housekeeping labour and related costs is one of the biggest expense lines on the Rooms Division P&L. How financially savvy is your Executive Housekeeper and how well does she/he understand how to look at productivity as a useful and effective tool to save costs?

The winners will be announced on 19th May at 14:00.

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The Resort Experience

Gandia Blasco - 7A291

Nardi - 5F240

Barr + Wray - 7D281

Zenia - 7B295

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The Resort Experience

A well planned, equipped and managed spa can become the second most important revenue stream for a hotel. Create the ultimate resort and spa environment for your hotel by visiting the resort experience and hotel spa.

Secure your place at the inaugural 2010 middle east spa awards ceremony, recognising the outstanding quality of services and amenities provided by spas in the Middle East, by registering at www.thehotelshow.com/mespavisit. Participants in 2010 include: - Asea Spa - Beach Rotana, Zen The Spa - Bliss Spa - Cleopatra's Wellness - Emirates Palace - Hilton Abu Dhabi - Hilton Dubai - Hilton Ras Al Khaimah - Intercontinental, Regency Health Club - Jumeirah Beach Hotel - JW Marriott - Kempinski - Madinat Jumeirah, Talise - Park Hyatt, Amara The judges will be: Tiina-Maija Bergman Vice President Strategy RMAL Hospitality PJSC Kathi Everden Editorial Consultant Ebrahim Malekzadeh Managing Director Esadore International Sonette Van Rensburg Managing Director Sassy Solutions Theodora Kioussis Design Director Dwp - Qasr Al Sarab - Radisson Blu Hotel, The Spa - SensAasia - Shangri-La Hotel, Chi - Six Senses Hideaway, Six Senses Spa - Spadunya - Taj Hotels - Thai Privilege Spa - The Monarch, Mandara Spa - The Palace Hotel, The Spa - Westin, Heavenly Spa

Hotel spa is a dedicated sector for the spa industry attracting the world's best suppliers. Make sure you visit the following exhibitors to source the best products for you: Barr + Wray FZ LLC, UAE - Stand No. 7D281 Brusaferri & Co Srl, Italy - Stand No. 7D291 Esadore International, UAE - Stand No. 7E285 Hotel Professional Services, Singapore - Stand No. 6A268 House of Maria Dowling, UAE - Stand No. 7D295 Spadunya, France - Stand No. 7E291 Vichy Spas Hotels & Resorts, France - Stand No. 7C307

Adapting your spa model to suit the Middle East Ms Daniella Russell, Consultant, POMEC Many international spa providers do not recognise that they have to adapt their model to suit very different client requirements in order to match the social etiquette and behaviour of the Middle East culture's many complexities. Find out how you can tailor your spa offering to this region.

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Interiors & Design

Arti Flora - 4A261

Al Sorayai Carpets - 6D251

Forest Group - 4D291

Zubair Furnishings - 3A231

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Interiors & Design

The region's top hotel suppliers and designers will come together to showcase the latest trends and products for new build and renovation projects.You can choose from furniture and furnishings, art and decorative accessories, fixtures and fittings, wall and floor coverings, as well as architecture and design.

The Middle East can influence the global future of hotel design Zain Mustafa, Managing Director ZAIN MUSTAFA Interiors Up and coming Middle East designer Zain Mustafa will be speaking about how the Middle East can influence global future design. While his main focus is predominantly on interiors, Mustafa continues to dabble in a range of design disciplines. He is without a doubt one of the most interesting and challenging designers in Dubai with a vision for the region like no other. Understanding the impact of economic cycles on construction costs in the hospitality industry

New for 2010 is the haute'l feature where you will be able to find special, unique high-end products and pieces. Make sure you visit the following exhibitors in this category: AHK Insaat, Turkey - Stand No. 5B241 Design Coordinates, UAE - Stand No. 6A251 Ernesto Santos, Portugal - Stand No. 5A241 Galaxy Piano, UAE - Stand No. 6B251 Majlis Gallery, UAE - Stand No. 5B249 Newmor, UAE - Stand No. 6D250 Warps of Wefts, UAE - Stand No. 6A251 Additional key Interiors & Design exhibitors include: Arts & Decorative Accessories Absolute Lifestyle, Hong Kong - Stand No. 4B251 Baal Artisans, Lebanon - Stand No. 5E219 KSI GmbH, Germany - Stand No. 6D270 Soft Furnishings, Fabrics & Curtains Angely Paris, France - Stand No. 4A285 Deebtex, Egypt - Stand No. 4D250 Panaz, UK - Stand No. 5D241 Prodital, Italy - Stand No. 5F241 Flooring & Carpeting Al Sorayai Carpets, Saudi Arabia - Stand No. 6D251 Axminster Carpets, UK - Stand No. 6C251 Beaulieu International Group, Belgium - Stand No. 4E250 Furniture & Furnishings Burgess Furniture, UK - Stand No. 5D245 Fino International, UAE - Stand No. 4D281 Prunabon Enterprises, Cyprus - Stand No. 3D246 Lighting & Electrical Alta Tecnologia-Novoled, Mexico - Stand No. 3A236 BrassLights, UAE - Stand No. 6A261 Chelsom Ltd, UK - Stand No. 5D241 Dotzauer Decorative Lighting, Austria - Stand No. 7A280

Emil Rademeyer, Director - Proleads

Alan Jahnig, Partner - Furnish Hospitality To date, the industry has been at the mercy of individual competence coupled with incomplete, untimely, and often inaccurate information. While developers are compelled to commit to funding uncertain amounts, Cost Consultants have to derive a budget while gauging the future of ever changing costs ­ not an easy endeavour, considering the multi-year nature of construction projects. Emil and Alan will discuss how a better way could be found!

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Security & Technology

Cotell - 7D341

Teleadapt - 7A310

Salto Systems - 7D321

Teleadapt - 7A310

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Security & Technology

Source the latest reservation systems, back-office solutions and revenue-management software to reduce operating costs and improve efficiency. View the best in-room technology offerings to satisfy guests' increasingly sophisticated requirements, be it for entertainment, Internet connectivity or security in this solutions focused sector.

Investing in Technology or Investing in People

Trends in Hospitality Technology John Grew, Managing Director Spartan Comms Ltd

John Grew, Managing Director Spartan Comms Ltd

Kirsten Molle, Managing Director Pro TempIT Ted Horner, Managing Director E. Horner & Associates The main topics of discussion for this debate will be: · Cloud Computing · Social Media · Energy Conservation · Guestroom Technology TV vs Screen Phone for centralised control · Distribution · Do we need a PBX anymore? Some of our key exhibitors in this sector include:

Kirsten Molle, Managing Director Pro TempIT

Ted Horner, Managing Director E. Horner & Associates With the economic crisis on the one hand and new technologies becoming available on the other, should hotels choose this time to invest in new high-tech solutions or focus on what is so often called the most important asset of any business: their people? John Grew will be moderating a session in the best tradition of the debating societies with Kirsten Molle and Ted Horner taking opposing sides to argue the case and debate the merits of each approach in a light-hearted way.

ABB, UAE - Stand No. 7B331 Bond Communications, UAE - Stand No. 7D311 Cotell Internati Limited, China - Stand No. 7D341 Interel Middle East Trading, UAE - Stand No. 7C331 Media Communications, Greece - Stand No. 7D320 Micros Fidelios - Key Information Technology, UAE - Stand No. 7B321 Prologic First, UAE - Stand No. 7C311 Salto Systems, Spain - Stand No. 7D321 Samsung, UAE - Stand No. 7A311 Teleadapt Group, UAE - Stand No. 7A310

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Conference Programme

Now firmly established as the most important date on the hospitality calendar, the seven star conference will once again provide a perfect networking opportunity; and the ideal forum to hear and debate where the industry goes from here.

Day 1: Tuesday, 18 May 2010 TIME 12:00 - 13:00 SPEAKER Emil Rademeyer Alan Jahnig Russell Sharpe Markus Oberlin Mike Scully Jean Paul Herzog John Podaras Daniel Hajjar Zain Mustafa COMPANY Proleads Furnish Hospitality Mezze Associates Farnek Avireal Seven Tides Hospitality Hilton TRI Hospitality Layia Hospitality Zain Mustafa TOPIC Understanding the impact of economic cycles on construction costs in the Hospitality Industry Strategic Marketing for Destinations

13:30 - 14:30

15:00 - 16:00

The sense or nonsense of star ratings The Middle East can influence the global future of hotel design

16:30 - 17:30

Day 2: Wednesday, 19 May 2010 TIME 12:00 - 13:00 SPEAKER John Grew Kirsten Molle Ted Horner Gandia Blasco COMPANY Spartan Comms Ltd Pro Temp IT E. Horner & Associates Gandia Blasco TOPIC Investing in Technology or Investing in People

13:30 - 14:30

Passion outdoor Gandia Blasco

15:00 - 16:00

Tarek Zakaria Lionel Boyce Guillaume Mantis Daniel During

ABB Desert Palm Margaux Thomas Klein International

Energy efficiency & climate protection in modern building

16:30 - 17:30

What makes a loyal restaurant diner?

Day 3: Thursday, 20 May 2010 TIME 12:00 - 13:00 SPEAKER Liz Lycette Mike Scully Rey Alcocer Charlie Wilson John Grew Kirsten Molle Ted Horner COMPANY Liz Lycette Associates Seven Tides Milllenium Hotels HR Intelligence Spartan Comms Ltd Pro Temp IT E. Horner & Associates TOPIC Staff productivity management in housekeeping

13:30 - 14:30

Staff retention and motivation in hotels

15:00 - 16:00

Trends in Hospitality Technology

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Conference Programme

Following a successful inauguration in 2009, the middle east spa summit returns in 2010 to deliver more top class speakers discussing the latest trends and presenting new and up-and-coming products.

Wednesday, 19 May 2010 TIME 11:00 - 11:45 SPEAKER Neil Hewerdine COMPANY Atlantis - The Palm TOPIC The Change House Cross Selling as a strategy

12:00 - 12:45

Salvatore Picucci

PI.CO Wellness

13:30 - 14:15

Daniella Russell

POMEC

Adapting your Spa model to suit the Middle East

14:30 - 15:15

Ebrahim Malekzadeh

Esadore International

Understanding the Spa development stages in detail Factors influencing a client's decision & how to succeed in the Middle East The Health Spa Hotel & Resort model

15:30 - 16:15

Maria Antonela Axinte

Serenity Day Spa

16:30 - 17:15

Erwan Madec

Vichy Spa International

The Association Meetings

This year, the hotel show is proud to host key association meetings, catering to various departments within a hospitality business. These include Front Office, Catering, Housekeeping and Spa Management. The associations provide a platform and opportunity for their members to discuss trends, share their achievements, improve processes and debate issues pertaining to their industry. Please see below the timetable of the various association meetings which will take place in Hall 7.

ASSOCIATION Amicale Internationale des Chefs de Reception et Sous Directeurs des Grand Hotels - AICR Emirates Culinary Guild Housekeepers Association Meeting Spa Professionals Meeting DATE 18 May 2010 18 May 2010 18 May 2010 19 May 2010 TIME 14:00

16:00 17:00 18:00

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Additional Event Information

Travel, accommodation & visa information: To take advantage of special rates on flights and room bookings and to find out what to do after show hours, visit: www.thehotelshow.com/travel

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