East Africa Tourism & Hospitality to Generate $17Bln
Tanzania and East Africa tourism is expected to increase the number of tourists by 5 million and bring a great impact to the East Africa Community through the East Africa Tourism and Hospitality Project initiated by Mikono Speakers.
EATHE 2017 will attract more than 6000 corporate Buyers and international hosted buyers from Africa, Australia and Asia and General public to come and shop for their holiday packages at a discounted price as the nature of the program is designed to be 85% Business to customer interactions.
East Africa Tourism & Hospitality Conference and Trade Expo is Tanzania’s leading business-to-customer (B2C) event which attracts representatives of the hospitality and tourism industry from East Africa region and other parts of the world.
This is the Only Event in Tanzania where Tourism and Hospitality companies have a chance to do Direct sales to Corporate bodies, General Public and Expatriate Communities in Tanzania. The event is designed to ensure that at the end of the event every exhibitor will be able to determine how much direct sales of their packages especially holiday packages have been sold to customers.
The public will attend this event because they will want to buy their holiday Packages at a discounted rate for the coming holiday season. The event will take place at the Julius Nyerere International Convention Center on the 17th & 18th of November accompanied by other events namely World Embassy Festival, Eco-outdoor Adventure Travel Experience Expo, Dar Carnival and the Food & Drinks Expo granting you a very unique Tourism Expo experience.
The C.E.O of Mikono Speakers disclosed that the East Africa Tourism and Hospitality expo and Dar Carnival 2017 are aimed at promoting international and domestic tourism by making Tanzanians see the need to patronize the country’s tourism as it targets 30% of Tanzanians exploring the country in the next five years with over 8 million direct and indirect jobs to be created.