ANEW Hotels & Resorts will be upping its investment on a global scale at several prominent tourism and hospitality trade conventions this year.
The impact of the 2022 Africa’s Travel Indaba on the brand was monumental, especially with the group winning the Inspiration Award for demonstrating its resilience and growth during, and post, the Covid-19 pandemic. Based on this extremely positive experience, ANEW will be exhibiting for the first time at Meetings Africa 2023, taking place from 27 February to 1 March 2023, at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. ANEW will be investing in the same look-and-feel custom-built stand that they produced for last year’s Africa’s Travel Indaba, for the Meetings Africa expo.
Before heading to this groundbreaking expo, ANEW was represented at the Spotlight Africa Workshops and Expos in Gaborone (Botswana) on 15 and 16 February by its Sales Executive of the Year, Naomi Bhuda.
This year will also see ANEW having greater participation in the WTM Africa 2023 tourism trade expo, happening from 3 to 5 April 2023, at the Cape Town Convention Centre. With the 2022 Africa’s Travel Indaba being such a triumph for the team, ANEW is looking forward to another successful run in May. However, ANEW’s representation won’t end there.
For the first time, ANEW will be present at the illustrious ITB Berlin expo in Germany (from 7 to 9 March 2023). Known as the World’s Leading Travel/Trade Expo, ANEW will be represented by its CEO, Clinton Armour, and Tenielle Pienaar, ANEW’s National Sales Manager.
Alan Campbell, sales and marketing director for the group, said: “In line with our expansion plans for this year and our investments in our current properties, we want to authentically tell the story of what we are doing and about our optimism about the current hospitality and tourism marketplace. ANEW Hotels & Resorts is therefore investing heavily in being able to showcase what we are about and what we are doing to the travel and trade industry. We are excited to be taking this to a global level this year, so hold on to your seats!”