Nirvana Travel & Tourism’s Executive Chair and Chief Executive Officer Alaa Al Ali was honoured along with other exemplary leaders in Estesmarat Magazine’s listing of “The Most Creative Business Leaders in the Arab World 2017”.
His vision to invest in the tourism sector which is reflected in the opening of 40 offices in the UAE, and another 5 in China, Saudi Arabia, the UK , Egypt and Spain in only 11 years have been credited for this prestigious laurel. His leadership was also key in Nirvana Travel & Tourism forging partnerships and agreements with leading tourism destinations, and more than 200,000 hotels and resorts around the world.
Regarding the achievement, Alaa Al Ali commented, “I am humbled to be recognized with such a distinguished group of leaders. At Nirvana Travel & Tourism, collaborating externally with our peers, partners and customers is equally important as working within our organization. We therefore remain dedicated to innovation and are committed to staying ahead of the evolving needs of our customers and the fast-changing tourism sector”.
Al Ali was one of 20 recipients who were recognized from a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service and strategic product development. The winning list has observed accurate and scientific measures to determine the creative capabilities of the awarded business leaders in the Arab world and aims to motivate those leaders who are capable of meeting challenges and support creativity.
Mohamed Shams El Din, Chair and Founder of Telal International Group for publishing and Media and Publisher of Estesmarat Magazine stated, “Winning this award for leadership is a strong testament to Alaa’s approach in setting new global standards for the development of companies and its teams. He has successfully created an efficient, seamless and user-friendly experience for clients while simultaneously shaping travel trends and advancing growth in the travel-tourism sector.”