Dubai office disconnects
DUBAI Tourism has confirmed new arrangements for the local market which become effective from tomorrow when the organisation’s Australian office officially closes ( TD 17 May).
Effective Tue 21 Aug 2018 the new point of contact is Emily MacDonald, whose title is Manager, ANZ International Operations for Dubai Tourism.
“Emily will assist all trade partners requiring assistance with training, bookings, famils and campaigns as well as general questions and enquiries,” according to a statement from Dubai Tourism issued today.
“As Emily is based in Dubai, email is the preferred method of contact due to the time difference,” the update advises.
The existing telephone number for Dubai Tourism in Australia will not be operational after today, with all trade partners requested to use [email protected]tourism. ae or emily.macdon[email protected] dubaitourism.ae to make contact.
The organisation has not cut ties with its outgoing representative, Julie King & Associates, which will be managing an Oct roadshow on behalf of Dubai Tourism.
Events will take place in Sydney on Tue 16 Oct; Melbourne on Wed 17 Oct and Brisbane on Thu 18 Oct, with the organisation promising they will feature the launch of “many new product offerings and...the chance to win some amazing prizes”.
Further details of the roadshow will be revealed in the coming weeks, Dubai Tourism advised.
Dubai Tourism is also a key partner with Helloworld Travel for next year’s Global Stars incentive event ( TD 30 Jul).