4th - 5th October 2023 | Cairo, Egypt
A land of myriad cultures, ethnicities, languages, history and its warm people.
Spill in your luxury & regal ventures, meet people from different hospitality
communities & sign away those bonds to create tourism opportunities at its best.
Uncover Hospitality Revival Strategies
EXPERIENCE THE DIVERSE AFRICA
WHTS’AFRICA3.0 presents a concept to have this summit categorized in to 4 dedicated tracks called…
DESIGN & BUILD TRACK
Concepts redefined in response to Covid-19
Hotel Re-opening & Operating models enabling guest well-being and staffs alike, post Covid-19
HOTEL DISTRIBUTION & REVENUE OPTIMIZATION
Optimize your booking engine and distribution channels while managing high operational costs post Covid-19.
Incorporate cutting-edge technologies
to enhance new guest experience post Covid-19
The categorization will ensure targeted business appointments & networking sessions.
THIS IS WHERE A NEED MEETS WITH PREPARATION
COVID-19 has affected almost all possible sectors and changed human lives around the world. Hospitality and Tourism Sector has faced this unprecedented time and aims to recover by implementing new operating models at low occupancy levels and focus being on material/product selections and implementing cutting-edge technologies to maintain social distancing, adhere to new cleaning standards and protocols in response to the outbreak of Novel Coronavirus.
HOSPITALITY IN AFRICA
It is now essential to create a roadmap to the hospitality recovery. Hoteliers from Africa aims to establish short, medium and long-term growth plan towards hotel re-openings and new operating models. With abundant resources in the continent that pave a way for future economic growth, job opportunities expected to surpass that maximizes travel opportunities.
Africa will be the destination that secure opportunities that attracts investment options with great market potential that puts itself much above the global average ROI in the hospitality industry and display the outpace in the business travel together with domestic markets under leisure segment. These are factors that motivate major players in The Hospitality Industry to invest in Africa market and will remain competitive post pandemic. Crisis is an opportunity and the continent will definitely see new names dominating the hospitality chart.