100 F&B heads for Hozpitality meet
Dubai, October 20, 2010
Over 100 food and beverage heads met at the second networking event organised by Hozpitality Group, a top online company based in Dubai, at the Pullman Hotel.
“We are thankful to Accor Group and Pullman Dubai Mall of the Emirates for sponsoring this event and supporting us,” said Raj Bhatt, director, Hozpitality Group. “We are also thankful to our sponsors Trade commission of Chile, WANZL Middle East FZE and Busy Kidz for their support.”
“Hozpitalityplus Events is already benefiting the hospitality industry professionals and through this venture, we are providing a platform where the industry can come together to Network, create synergy and share best practices,” Bhatt added.
“Our next event is for sales and marketing heads based in UAE in January and we will now be busy preparing for that.”
“In the last year we have seen many ups and down and have gone through difficult times,” Bhatt continued.
“As soon as we launched, recession struck and overnight everything changed. We fought our way and have reached where we are today. We grew to 3 new ventures, Hozpitalityplus.com, Hozpitalityplus Events and now Hozpitality Consulting based in Canada. In a couple of months we are also launching in Canada and India. The future looks very bright to us and we are working hard,” Bhatt noted.
“Hozpitality group is emerging as one of the fastest growing online companies in the Middle East and Asian market. We have over 65,000 registered hospitality professionals in our two websites, hozpitality.com and hozpitalityplus.com.”
“Apart from the registered candidates we have almost 70,000-80,000 dedicated hospitality professionals visiting our site every month from 181 countries,” Bhatt concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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