The Fast Food & Cafe Convention is a platform for all stakeholders in the QSR, Cafe, Fast Casual, Cloud Kitchen & Casual Dining industry to come together. Our first 5 editions focused on establishing our footprint in India. Having Read more
Respected/ investors and managers of hotel establishments, restaurants, facilities and halls in the Emirate of Dubai…
Subject: Ease of Restrictions precautionary measures, starting from August 12, 2021.
The Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing extends warm greetings to all Read more
Hotels can operate at full capacity while events can be hosted at 60 per cent of capacity.
Capacity at shopping malls, cinemas and eateries in the UAE has been increased to 80 per cent, the National Emergency Crisis and Read more
RTA releases manual to govern delivery services activity in the emirate
Dubai: Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently published a comprehensive manual, The Activity Manual for Managing and Providing Delivery Services, governing the management of delivery services Read more
While it certainly feels that Dubai has achieved a ‘new normal’ and things are mostly open, it might surprise you to learn that there are still some things that are not Read more
Further to Circular DTCM/OUT/2021/0000395, issued on May 17 2021, please find below answers to frequently asked questions in relation to these precautionary measures.
Q: Can you organise a business event in Dubai?
A: Yes, event organisers can Read more
DRG aims to unite the “fragmented” F&B industry and give it a collective voice.
Members of the board of the Dubai Restaurants Group (DRG) made a first public appearance at The Hotel Show Dubai 2021 and outlined how the Read more
Overlooking important areas of the restaurant business could see the closure of your venue. These five aspects of opening a restaurant in Dubai should never fall by the wayside.
Dubai’s bustling F&B scene sees the opening of new restaurants Read more
Brunches also return and bars re-opened on trial basis, social distancing reduced to two-metres
Restaurants in Dubai are now allowed to seat 10 people per table, an increase from the previous number of seven, while live entertainment will also Read more
The new business park to host specialised agricultural firms.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Read more