Europamundo Vacations conducts its 3-day annual convention in Abu Dhabi, 200 delegates from 44 countries participate
Europamundo Vacations’ conducted its annual convention in Abu Dhabi which was attended by 200 participants from 44 countries. The theme of the exhibition was “Towards New Destinations! Three-day conference witnessed deliberations on the multitude of new projects that the company is carrying out. It also showed the new routes that have been created in the region to the delegates.
Luis García, founder of Europamundo; Alejandro de la Osa, CEO of the company; Berend Christian, Director of Corporate Planning; and Gabriel Sánchez, Chief Financial Officer were present in the event and also participated in several interesting discussions. It discussed topics like- expectations by destinations, new brochure, challenges of post-pandemic tourism, computer developments and new routes, among many others.
Besides this, complete work sessions were added, in which more colleagues of the also participated, such as members of the Operational Management, including Alberto Ballesteros, Marisol Amo, Carlos Nogueira and Úrsula Stein.
In this context, Mónica Ruiz referred to the Europamundo Academy, Lucas Ozuna did the same about the Tourist Protection Code, Lola Aguilera shared her wonderful descriptions of destinations, while Justo Palma and Luz Tribaldos elaborated on the innovative projects that the company carries out as CSR.
The Convention was supported by the Abu Dhabi Tourism Board, together with Etihad airline based in the United Arab Emirates’ capital, and the Saudi tourism authorities, welcomed the participants during the event.
The event offered an opportunity to the participants to get to know the United Arab Emirates. The intense days of work were also accompanied by moments of entertainment and leisure for all participants. The event began with the white night, a welcome cocktail that was a meeting point for the entire Europamundo family. The second night was led by the Abu Dhabi Tourist Board, with the invitation to learn more about the destination and be delighted by the local food. And the finishing touch corresponded to a gala dinner where the team of guides, as always, surprised everyone by entertaining a perfect farewell dinner!
Later, part of the attendees (On the fourth day) had the privilege of getting to know more about the country to be able to share with others their experiences on some attractions not so well known: Al Ain and its oasis, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco; the emirate of Fujairah and the oldest mosque in the country, dating from the fifteenth century; the emirate of Sharjah with the Museum of Islamic Civilization, or the modern Rain Room, within which visitors walk through an artificial rain without getting wet. As a culmination, the impressive Dubai had the honor of closing in style this wonderful meeting, awaited by many.