IAHE Bulletin - Issue #4 - May 2017

Welcome from the CEO

Welcome to the latest issue of IAHE Bulletin. As well as providing access to portable benefit plans, we also partner with highly regarded businesses offering a range of discounted products and services to our members and their families. I am very pleased to share with you our most recent partnership with Glion Institute of Higher Education. Since 1962, Glion has set high standards for academic quality as a Swiss hotel school, earning an excellent reputation among hospitality managers worldwide. Should you be thinking about furthering your professional education and developing your skills, I urge you to explore their online MBA program to help you stand out from the crowd. 

Find out more about our network of partners.

Yours sincerely,

John Cameron, Chief Executive Officer, IAHE www.hotel-exec.com

Glion Partnership

IAHE is delighted to announce its relationship with the famous Glion Institute of Higher Education, which is offering our members a significant advantage should they decide to participate in their online MBA program. From its legacy as a Swiss hotel school, Glion has evolved to become the international institute of higher education – delivering premium, personalised education and preparing graduates to meet complex challenges in the fast-growing fields of hospitality, hotels, tourism, sports and events and the luxury industry.

For more information on this exciting program please contact j.cameron@hotelgms.com.

IAHE Announces Arabian Travel Market 2017 Competition Winner

We would like to congratulate Afroz Qasim Alam for winning the revenue management competition during this year’s Arabian Travel Market. Afroz, an E-commerce Supervisor with Jaz Collection (one of the largest hotel & cruises’ chains in the Middle East) achieved an outstanding score of 100% in the competitive and interactive simulated hotel exercise. Entrants were required to play the role of revenue manager for a 500-room Dubai hotel and achieve the best possible results based on a number of realistic variables. The competition was held in partnership with RP TECHNOLOGY, which produces industry leading simulation programs for the hospitality, restaurant and tourism industries. Afroz wins a one-day training course in revenue management, as well as an Apple iPad. Congratulations!


Why Expats Need Life Insurance

From IAHE provider Clements Worldwide, the leading provider of insurance solutions for expatriates

While some insurance policies, such as car insurance or health insurance, are mandatory by law, others are just as important even if they’re not a requirement. One of those which is often overlooked is international life insurance.  A proper life insurance policy can provide important funds to ensure the future of your family.

Clements Term Life offers an exclusive policy for expats with borderless coverage and no medical underwriting up to USD 500,000. The policy is also completely portable, meaning that the policy will move with you if you relocate. Members of IAHGM and IAHE also benefit from exclusive discounts on the Clements Term Life policy.

Here’s how a life insurance policy could benefit you and your family:

Provide Financial Stability

The aftermath of a family tragedy can be a tough and uncertain period for all involved. It can take quite a long time for a family to fiscally settle after the death of the essential income earner.

With a life insurance policy, your family will have the funds needed to manage its finances during this unsettling time. This can also give your family the time needed to secure a stable wage, allow your family to stay in its present home, or supplant lost retirement funds.

Help Ensure a Bright Future for Your Children

As an expat you spend your time overseas in new and unfamiliar territories, meaning there is a higher risk something unforeseeable could happen. Obtaining a life insurance plan that meets the needs of you and your family can provide essential funds following a sudden tragedy.

One of the main concerns will no doubt be your children’s wellbeing. The right type of policy can help cover scholastic fees meaning your child’s education continues as planned, and can even cover weddings and other important events in your children’s lives.


*subject to full policy terms and conditions

**higher limits available (up to a maximum of USD 4,000,000), subject to medical underwriting