Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Humaid inspects ATM 2015

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Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of Ajman Tourism Development Department, inspected Wednesday ATDD stand at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM), held in Dubai on May 4-7.

In statements, he affirmed the importance of taking part in the annual ATM exhibition, being a pivotal tourism event, providing a platform for participants trying to network and make use of potential business opportunities.

Sheikh Abdulaziz Bin Humaid also highlighted the importance of focusing on available services, lauding the keenness of hospitality sector representatives to be part of ATDD delegations to all international exhibitions.

Praising the promotional campaign launched at the ATDD stand, Sheikh Abdulaziz said “demand was increasing on Ajman hotels, and the Government of Ajman was investing in infrastructure and facilities with the aim of luring more visitors and being ready for different kinds of tourist activities and achieving the vision of a Charming Emirate and Unique Tourism Experience”.

The ATDD Chairman also inspected participating UAE and GCC stands, as well as a number of European, Asian and African stands.

For his part, ATDD General Manager said Ajman delegation to ATM 2014 focused on increasing awareness about potentials and offers in the tourism market, with paying a special attention to the needs and requirements of travelers and clarifying the added-value services.

Participation of ATDD in all international events serve the strategic goal of enhancing the tourist image and identity of the emirate of Ajman, Faisal Al Nuaimi said, noting that ATDD aims to increase the number of visitors to the emirate in 2015 by 25 percent.

The number of visitors to Ajman in 2014 was 850,000 visitors and ATDD aims to achieve the target of five million visitors to Ajman in 2021.

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