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Published on : Monday, May 30, 2016
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, Chairman of the Executive Council, today issued a decree announcing the launch of an Events Licensing System to be implemented by Abu Dhabi Tourism & Culture Authority, a standardised and unified online platform that streamlines the official registration of all events administered, organised and managed across Abu Dhabi emirate.
HE Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman of TCA Abu Dhabi, will form a committee to oversee the implementation of strategies and policies surrounding the coordination of events in Abu Dhabi between the relevant authorities, by providing support for necessary services and facilities, while enhancing the contribution of government, private sector, and relevant stakeholders when organising events in the emirate.
The introduction of the ELS will drive tourism industry growth within the emirate through improving event planning, and by developing industry best practice in line with Abu Dhabi Vision 2030.
The ELS will allow for a streamlined process of registration while outlining licensing requirements, connecting to ticketing and other electronic systems, and providing insight on industry-wide metrics. The centralised system will also assist host venues identify potential calendar conflicts and identify opportunities for TCA Abu Dhabi to identify clusters of sector specific event promotional opportunities, such as the recent Abu Dhabi Aviation Week, a series of aviation themed industry and consumer events staged in April 2016.
ELS will be applied in the fourth quarter of 2016, and will consolidate relations with TCA Abu Dhabi’s strategic partners, as well as enhance the quality of services provided by stakeholders across the emirate’s tourism sector. By supporting event organisers, TCA Abu Dhabi will facilitate coordination between organisers from both the public and private sectors.
Source:-Abu Dhabi Tourism