Looks like tourism is getting bigger and better with over 150 international buyers set to exhibit at the imminent Sanganayi/Hlanganani World Tourism Expo. This was revealed by the (ZTA) head of corporate affairs Godfrey Koti who confirmed that over 20 countries have so far confirmed that they will be taking part at the Expo which will be held at the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Center:
Koti told The Standard:
About 20 countries have confirmed their participation. these include India, China, Italy, Nigeria, Zambia, South Africa, Botswana and Mozambique. This is going to be a two-day event in which we seek to showcase and promote Zimbabwe for MICE, which is Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions.
We want to use this event to further promote that idea, especially with the fact that this exposition is registered under the United Nations World Tourism Organisation calendar, Zimbabweans in the hospitality fraternity are geared to engage buyers and lock deals for a diverse country offering.
15 International media houses are also expected to grace the Bulawayo event. There will be a networking event between 12 to 13 September.
More: The Standard
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