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Accra is the capital and largest city of Ghana. It is also primate city, serving as Ghana’s administrative and economic hub. The city is a center of culture and tourism, and hosts numerous restaurants, hotels and nightclubs. The city has also become a popular location for national and international business conferences.
Accra, a major destination for business conferences in Africa, is hosting Africa Hospitality Show 2013. The three-day event will be attracting people related to hospitality industry in large numbers from across the world. I have also decided to attend the Africa Hospitality Show 2013 and will be taking British Airways flights to Accra. The trade show is being held from September 12-14, 2013. I will be making the preparations of my visit here in advance, and will be contacting a well-known travel company to buy cheap tickets and get the best flight deals.
I have been intimated by the organizers of Africa Hospitality Show 2013 that this would be an unparalleled platform for businesses and leading experts to meet, discuss and find solutions for the hospitality industry in Africa and beyond. I am associated with the hospitality business for long, and hope that attending this event would prove to be beneficial for me. I will be fortunate to come into contact with hundreds of Africa’s food and hospitality industry professionals as well as those from around the world. By attending the event, I want to ensure that I’ll make the most out of this platform and learn how to increase sales, and forge lasting networking and business relationships.
Though, I’m not among the exhibitors, but the organizers have said that the Africa Hospitality Show 2013 would offer a profitable opportunity for exhibitors to promote and showcase their new products and services. The event will be attracting professionals from various sectors, including Hotels, Airlines, Real Estate Developers, Travel and Tours, Car Rentals, Leisure Equipment and Products, Interior and Exterior Design, Equipment and Supplies, Housekeeping, Bar & Refreshment, Food & Beverage, Hotel Support Services, and Technology & Software/Audio & Entertainment.
There will also be entertainment and other activities for the visitors here. All the exhibitors would also be awarded certificates of participation. I hope that my visit to Accra and participation in the event would be a memorable one.
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