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Marriott International unveils hospitality training programme in Egypt

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Marriott International has launched Tahseen in Egypt which is a unique hospitality programme developed to cater to the growing need for talent within the industry.
This is in partnership with Helwan University and Professional Development Foundation with focus on fast tracking the next generation of hospitality leaders from Egypt. This will provide a first -hand experience and a springboard to facilitate successful careers in the industry.
The program was unveiled at a signing ceremony which was attended by Khalid Atef Abdul Ghffar the minister of higher education and scientific...
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