[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1624359762123{margin-bottom: 0px !important;}”]Food & Hospitality Africa 2017 drew to a close after three days of hospitality innovation, trends and networking. “A resounding success!” according to Nick Sarnadas, the show’s event director at Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery, “We could not have anticipated a better turn out. Our visitors – over 6 600 of them – were impressed with the quality of exhibitors; while our exhibitors reported that lead-generation was extremely satisfying during their time at the show; they were able to connect with key decision-makers and were delighted by the standard of visitors in attendance. Well done to all who played a part in ensuring the show exceeded all expectations!”

“We had a successful and productive show once again, and this year was even busier!” commented and enthusiastic exhibitor, Jessica van Rensburg of Three Streams Smokehouse, suppliers of premium quality salmon, trout and seafood.

Exhibitor Gona Nambiar, co-owner at Bean Grounded reported: “We had a busy opening day, no wasting time – we were talking real business, and the same thing happened on the following days! We met some excellent prospective partners and hope to develop our relationship with them in the future.”

“This year, we worked extremely hard to ensure that our range of exhibitors emulated the high quality associated with the Food & Hospitality powered by HOSTEX name. Our aim was to create a valuable, relevant and enjoyable experience for both visitors and exhibitors. I am confident we did just that,” said Gary Corin, Managing Director at Specialised Exhibitions Montgomery.

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