The Hotel & Hospitality Show has delivered 3 years of providing opportunities to the hospitality and hotel industry with growing industry support from leading associations. The event has added content and features at the Hotel & Hospitality Show helps deliver industry leaders and provides access to information on industry updates thus providing the hospitality industry with a 360-degree view of the market.
The Hotel & Hospitality Show features local and international exhibitors showcasing products across interiors, lighting and design, technology, security, catering equipment and more.
We welcome a whole host of serious decision makers from across the industry. If you own, manage or operate:
- Food outlets
- Self-catering accommodation
- Guest houses
- Clubs, Shebeens and Taverns
- Cruise Liners
- Procurement companies
- Hospitals and more…
This is the right platform for you.
You may be responsible for front or back of house:
- Operations and logistics
- Maintenance and facilities
- Cleaning and laundry
- HR and training
- IT & telecommunications
- Sales and marketing
SHOW FEATURES & CONTENT
Interactive features take place on the show floor, attracting even more visitors:
Housekeepers league of Champions
Top teams of hotel housekeepers compete in a race to deliver the cleanest, most comfortable hotel rooms in the shortest time.
GAME OF CHEFS CHALLENGE
Eight teams of four chefs each having to produce a three-course menu for 15 guests from a mystery basket – all in under two and a half hours.
Delivering customercentric strategies within the hospitality sector, join your industry and learn about how you can align your business to industry
GLOBAL PIZZA CHALLENGE
Passionate pizza enthusiasts compete head-to-head, who is the best? Why don’t you throw your hat in?
KEY MARKET STATISTICS
was invested into new hotels in South Africa in 2019 and around USD$430M in total over the next three years.
hotel construction projects underway in Africa.
new hotel rooms are in the African pipeline.
foreign tourism to South Africa to rebound beginning of 2020 with gains in excess of 3% annually.
of the world’s fastest growing economies are in Africa.
new hotel rooms in the pipeline in South Africa between 2019 – 2022
is the overall room revenue forecast in Nigeria in 2023.
is the largest contributor to GDP across the African continent.