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Experience Africa 2018 - That's a wrap!
The inaugural Experience Africa wrapped up this evening in London after a fantastic three days of meetings, networking breaks, seminars and evening functions.
All up over 3,700 meetings were set up between the 105 suppliers from 14 countries around the African continent and all the buyers and media registered for the event.
We have already had some fantastic feedback around the event:
"I just wanted to drop you a line to say thank you for a vibrant, professionally run trade show. I met up with a mix of new operators as well as connecting with familiar faces.
The location was spot on - easy access, good facilities, great support crew, good food and a constant supply of coffee and snacks to keep us all going.
Evening functions were in good locations, and allowed for further networking.
Looking forward to 2019, and hope this show model can be replicated in Europe in the future."
Debbie Addison - Wild Frontiers
"It has been an awesome experience meeting buyers and creating exposure for our hotels, particularly our leisure offerings of Mowana in Kasane situated on the banks of the magnificent Chobe River and Maun Resort which is the gateway to the world renowned Okavango Delta.
I would also like to thank Marc Reading and his team for a professionally run event and making us all feel welcome in sunny London!"
Mokwena Morulane - Cresta Hotels Botswana