Dubai, the Emirate of all challenges

13 min reading time

Published on 06/05/04 - Updated on 17/03/22

The ruling Al Maktoum family transformed a small state on the Persian Gulf with limited oil resources into a player in the world economy. Pharaonic tourism projects, a hub for air traffic that is in a full growth stage, ultra rapid hotel development: all combine to result in this uncommon destination’s rise to power.

Atiny spot on the globe, Dubai has set itself an ambitious goal: to bridge the continents and become the economic centre of gravity between Singapore and Frankfurt, between Hong Kong and London. And, according to many who have been watching, this small Emirate in the Persian Gulf is about to succeed...

This content is for subscribers only. You have 80% left to discover.

Every week, the HON team brings you an expert look at the world of hospitality.

By becoming a member, you will have access to a complete ecosystem: exclusive content, jobs, etc.

BECOME A MEMBER

Already a member ?

For further

Every week, the HON team brings you an expert look at the world of hospitality. By becoming a member, you will have access to a complete ecosystem: exclusive content, jobs, etc.

BECOME A MEMBER

Sign up to add topics in favorite. Sign up to add categories in favorite. Sign up to add content in favorite. Register for free to vote for the application.

Already signed up? Already signed up? Already signed up? Already registered?