The Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) discussed the ways to boost the tourism industry in the emirate and to explore the future in order to monitor proposals and recommendations. This was during a meeting of the Tourism Working Group of the Ajman Chamber with the Department of Tourism Development and the Department of Economic Development. The virtually held meeting was attended by Salem Al Suwaidi-Director General of Ajman Chamber, Nasser Al Dhafri-Executive Director of Communication and Members Support, Abdullah Abdulmohsen Al Nuaimi-Director of Relations and Members Support Office, and representatives of the tourism and economic departments and the tourist and events facilities in the emirate. At the outset of the meeting, Al Suwaidi welcomed the attendees, stressing the importance of the meeting and its role in providing a direct communication between government departments and representatives of the tourism industry and events facilities to meet the requirements for the next phase. It also aims to boost the tourism sector by forwarding the proposals and recommendations that serve the sector to decision-makers. For their part, the attendees praised the economic incentives that were granted to the tourism facilities in the emirate under directives of the leadership to alleviate the repercussions of COVID-19. They also stressed the necessity of joining efforts to organize tourism events to attract tourists externally and domestically from citizens and residents in cooperation with the concerned government departments and tourist establishments. Salem Al Suwaidi stressed that the Ajman Chamber is keen through its work group to enhance the growth of business and to meet the aspirations of the members. It always allows direct communication between the Chamber and the private sector facilities on the one hand and members with each other on the other side, he added. The attendees recommended the necessity of intensifying meetings during the next phase to ensure that they keep abreast of the changes that occur in the tourism sector and to follow up on recommendations and proposals.