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Hotel Asia Exhibition and Culinary Challenge in October


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With the peaceful completion of the Presidential Election and the dawn of a new government, the organisers of the Hotel Asia Expo are proud to announce the new dates of the exhibition being 10-12 October (Culinary Challenge scheduled from 9-12 October).

The new dates follow the unavoidable circumstances of the postponement of the original scheduled dates which were in September 2018.

The organisers wish to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all their valued sponsors, supporting partners, exhibitors and competitors who have continued their association with Hotel Asia even though the event was postponed by a month. It is encouraging to see that more than 95% of the confirmed participants in September have assured their participation on the new dates. The rest missed out due to other prior commitments. 

The much anticipated event held for the 14th successful year will showcase many top brands who have excelled in the hospitality industry. An amalgamation of local and international participations makes it a ‘top-notch’ event on par with other world class tradeshows. The hospitality industry in Maldives is cosmopolitan and renowned for its star lit clientele, exuberant hotels, luxurious services and the eminent fact of being a perpetual holiday destination.

The already sold-out 2018 tradeshow proudly encompasses exhibitors from Sri Lanka, India, Maldives, China, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Canada, Germany, Italy, USA and Switzerland. Since its Inception in the year 2000 the high-profile Tradeshow has grown to be one of the largest and leading exhibitions in the region.

Hotel Asia Exhibition 2018 will be a symposium where key players in the hotel industry worldwide interact. Future development of the global hospitality industry will take place as exhibitors from various countries network for future synergism.

It can be positively forecasted the tradeshow will encourage new businesses and start-ups as undeniably, Maldives is the epitome of the tourism industry.

 


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