South Africa has the largest travel and tourism economy in Africa, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
Someone once said: “When courage, genius and generosity hold hands, all things are possible”
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There are certain experiences and attractions that travellers just naturally gravitate towards when choosing a holiday – but in reality – no two destinations are the same.
“Laundry systems that will revolutionise the local tourism sector use 80% less water and can save up to 22 000 litres per guest room in water consumption annually”
“Invest in quality products whilst helping save water and improving the quality of life at the same time.”
“Take your time planning your investment to the highest and best use, so execution is smooth; invest in continuous training and don’t lose ‘hospitality’ and ‘sustainability’ from the core of the company.”
“Do not see an artificial ceiling on sustainability. “Trim the hedge” between the hotel and its environment, whether that be urban or rural. Be authentic.”
“Create environments that inspire from design, feel, delivery, whatever. People want to photograph it, share it, they are content-enthusiasts. Focus on the guest experience, this is not about design, it’s about feel, it’s vibe, it’s sensual. Collaborate, don’t try and be a master of all things, work with great partners and talented people”
“The is something for all markets, agents, hospitality sectors, travel, airline, booking agents, public who enjoy travels, bloggers on travel and worldwide markets, restaurants, franchises, fast food Brands and so many more. We can all learn from each other, making the wider market a better place for all”
“Players in the hospitality industry have to focus on the customer experience, the role of technology in enhancing this experiences, and lastly sustainability issues”
“We strive to push the limits of our laser cutting machines and our team to create unique and creative things. We do our best to ensure that our clients get only our best quality work and services”
The PICHULIK brand essence is the pursuit of imparting sacred feminine wisdom for the modern woman through organic materials like jade, shell, horn and hemp assembled in gentle forms that communicate powerful messages.
At The Hotel Show Africa 2018, Belgotex will be exhibiting flooring, in particular its new Cast Collection with its main focus on showcasing its famous flooring to the hospitality market.
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