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HMH – Hospitality Management Holdings To Build on Brand Equity in GCC

April 28, 2016 Hotel News No Comments Print Print Email Email

085f4e13-fa71-4a34-b868-b963cdd89f16With exceptional quality and consistent service as one of the main pillars of HMH vision, the group aims to capture maximum potential market share in the GCC, and specifically the UAE, to create and boost its brand equity.

Laurent A. Voivenel, CEO of HMH, said, “There’s no substitute for a strong brand reputation. Our brands are built on our core values putting the customer at the heart of the proposition and delivering outstanding quality and service that sets us apart from the competition. Our objective is to first and foremost safeguard and sustainably grow the brand value of HMH in the GCC region thereby creating a platform for the future”.

HMH has demonstrated tremendous growth since its formation in 2003 and has established itself as one of the pioneers among local hospitality groups from the region. Operating hotels in top destinations across the MENA region under its various brands namely The Ajman Palace Hotel, Coral Hotels & Resorts, Corp Hotels, EWA Hotel Apartments and ECOS Hotels, HMH caters to diverse segments from luxury to budget.

Laurent A. Voivenel-CEO HMH

Laurent A. Voivenel-CEO HMH

Laurent said, “We believe, a strong brand speaks to and taps into the market far more effectively in today’s competitive marketplace. It is well-known brands that deliver a unified, consistent and satisfying experience are rewarded with repeat business by travelers. We want all brands under HMH to be the key differentiators that in turn will lead to building our competitive advantage both in B2B and B2C segments resulting in better business conversion and ROI”.


Laurent added, “Our brands have been created and defined to meet, not just the present, but future needs of our customers. We are extremely selective in the choice of properties as well as while proposing the right brand for each new development. Every hotel we flag, must meet the requisite brand standards and deliver on the brand promise in terms of product quality and service”.

Tourism is the main driver for the GCC economy and particularly the UAE with travel forecast to grow strongly in the region over the next decade. In the run up to Dubai World Expo 2020 and FIFA World Cup in Qatar in 2022 the region is witnessing a major thrust on development of various infrastructure facilities accelerating the growth of tourism and hospitality sectors.

Visit HMH on stand HC0420 in Sheikh Saeed Arena at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.


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