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The latest addition to the ‘Unite’ series of events, Unite Middle East was created after interest was received from both Middle Eastern suppliers and buyers to have an additional event later in the year, but avoiding ATM and WTM. September was the chosen month and it proved to be perfect timing on both sides and looks set to become another annual event.

The Middle East will continue to be included in the annual Unite Indian Ocean & Middle East events.


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Unite Middle East 2020


Due to the current situation with COVID-19, this event is currently under review.



About Unite Middle East 2019

The Exhibitors

There were 57 delegates from 45 Exhibiting companies representing nearly 80 hotels, tourist boards, DMC’s and attractions.

Yammi Yam, Assistant Director of Sales - The Oberoi, Dubai
“Unite is one of the most productive trade shows I have ever attended; not only you have quality buyers to attend, most importantly the structure of it is very easy for us to follow and manage.”


The Buyers

There were 57 delegates from 47 UK tour operating companies.

Stuart Armsby, Middle East & Sri Lanka Product Manager – Kenwood Travel
“Unite is consistently one of the best Trade Shows of the year. I love the fact that the meetings are 20 minutes long and there are no interruptions during the conversations unlike other Trade Shows! Already looking forward to 2020!”

The Venue Leonardo Royal Hotel Tower Bridge
The Costs There is no cost for the ‘Buyers’ (tour operators) and an affordable fee to the ‘Exhibitors’ (suppliers).
Appointments Appointments are made in advance of the events directly between the ‘Exhibitors’ and ‘Buyers’. There were 638 pre-booked appointments made prior to the event.
Sponsors JA Hotels & Resorts, Alpha Destination Management and media partner, Selling Travel.
Coverage Click here to view the coverage by Selling Travel.