Zimbabwe International Trade Fair is hosting A`Sambeni an invitation to set off on a leisurely mission offering sunshine, good companionship and adventure from the 23rd to 27th of April 2019 in Bulawayo.
A`Sambeni means “lets travel” driven from Zulu/Ndebele a mixture of cultural ideas in bringing different people together on the aspect of networking and talking business.
The exhibition gives local and international exhibitosr and buyers as well as the event’s organisers the opportunity to meet and network with the Zimbabwe`s leading hotels, venues and event suppliers.
The importance of A`Sambeni exhibition is to bring to light the capitalisation and development of tourism interest in Zimbabwe and Africa at large. Business tourism is a newly emergent generator of income, employment and foreign investment.
Later this year, ZTA calls business operators to register for the Sanganai-Hlanganani World Tourism Expo to be held from 12 to 14 September 2019. It is moving with the theme “Africa`s Premier Business Exchange.”
There will be exhibition from national tourism boards, airlines, government and parastatals hence, it is a great platform for to market their business for both international and local stakeholders.
Apart from the above, Zimbabwe will attend some regional events which are lined up. One of them is the Arabian Travel Market that is travel and tourism event for unpacking business potential business with the Middle East more particularly about in-bound and out-bound tourism professionals.
The event will conduct a 4 day tour from Sunday 28 April to Wednesday 1 May 2019 in Dubai, where there will be showcasing of accommodation options, breath-taking tourism attraction and new airline routes.
Also, the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority will attend the Africa
s Travel Indaba which is one of the largest tourism marketing events in Africa. There will be showcasing of variety of Southern Africas best tourism products and attraction of international buyers and media from across the world.
Africa`s Travel Indaba is owned by South African Tourism and