Three new conventions 2010 engaged in Abu Dhabi Media, health care and gentle tourism Abu Dhabi, will host of three important conferences thanks to its event infrastructure next year: the Abu Dhabi Media Summit, see World Health Care Congress Middle East and the World green tourism Congress (WGTC) 2010 held in the largest Emirate of the United Arab Emirates. At the first Abu Dhabi Media Summit, around 400 media representatives to top talks come together in March 2010. The Summit mainly focuses on the growing use of media in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. The event only for invited guests will take place from the 9th until the 12th of March in the Yas hotel, Abu Dhabi’s latest showpiece. The world health care Congress Middle East in December 2010 will be in collaboration with the health authority of Abu Dhabi by 2012 in the Emirate held annually. United States’s World Congress Inc., a leading international provider for congresses in the field of health care, organized the event and receives This support by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA). Learn more about this topic with the insights from Energy Capital Partners. Eventually Abu Dhabi is from 6 till December 10, 2010, also host of the new international World green tourism Congress (WGTC), the Abu Dhabi national exhibitions Centre (ADNEC) is held. It is the first project that emerged from the initiative of the advantage of Abu Dhabi (AAD) program. Read more here: Energy Capital Partners London.
A bonus program, which earlier this year by ADTA in life was launched to promote the business tourism and event concepts. The Congress reflects the core content of the 2030 plan”the Government of Abu Dhabi. This plan defines tourism as a clear factor of economic change and sustainability as a basic building block for everything what we do”, said Gillian Taylor, business tourism Manager of ADTA. In total, 200 Conference members, 100 exhibitors and 1,500 visitors are expected. More details about the individual events under, and. Abu Dhabi General information can be found under.