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Hotelier Summit Africa to explore innovative technologies

MOROCCO, August 24, 2017

With a surge in technological innovations surrounding the real estate and hospitality sector, the 2017 edition of Hotelier Summit Africa (North) will feature cutting-edge technology solutions to improve the productivity of the industry players.

To be held from October 4-6, in Mazagan Beach & Golf Resort in Morocco, the mega-event will highlight specific ground-breaking technologies such as 3D Printing, BIM Technology, Bio Mimicry and Prefabricated Modules, among many others.

The Ministry of Tourism, Morocco has officially endorsed the event and representatives from the Ministry will address the gathering during the welcome reception on October 4.

The key objective of the summit is to explore the potential impact of these technologies on the real estate and hospitality sector. While the summit will focus on a variety of innovative solutions aimed at boosting productivity, it will also tackle operational challenges across specific project parameters.

“The future of the real estate and hospitality industry is being transformed with technology. Innovations are being quickly pursued by companies that offer an unrivalled experience to the customers. As we understand the importance of integrating innovative technologies in daily operations, the Hotelier Summit Africa (North) aims to dive deeper into the implications of this technological revolution -- and understand what it means for the local and global hospitality industry,” said Ravi Kumar Chandran, director of IDE.

Featuring presentations, interactive panel discussions, workshops and a networking session, Hotelier Summit Africa (North) will offer attendees opportunities to learn more about emerging technologies that will not only transform the business, but also provide them with real-life solutions and experiences.

“Building large complex structures are very expensive and time-consuming. However, companies are combining multiple emerging technologies as drones, 3D printing and automated robots to gather data, automate processes and build structures with more precision, accuracy and speed.

Similarly, hotel technology presents seemingly endless possibilities such as smart controls, virtual reality leads to great improvements and savings for hospitality industry; and are changing how hotel developers plan their buildings, infrastructure, management structure and staffing requirements.
The 13th Edition Hotelier Summit North Africa will share the latest technology-led innovations that are making a mark on the industry. Thought-provoking speakers and facilitators will take centre stage to share their views and ideas about the emerging innovation trends in the hospitality and real estate sector,” added Chandran.

The summit will witness participation from over 500 attendees and leverage on innovative technologies to fundamentally transform and lead the way for industry players.

“Innovation is critical in today’s time. It is the only way possible for businesses to survive in the competitive marketplace. Innovation is not about fostering an individual’s creativity, but about creating a culture that supports creativity, and at Hotelier Summit Africa (North) we aim to showcase not just the innovative technologies, but also display the systems and tools that support innovation,” Chandran said.

Innovation is a cornerstone of social and economic development, and a key to promoting economic growth, increasing competitiveness as well as providing new job opportunities. Crucial to the continued success of hospitality and real estate sector in Morocco and around the world, the 13th Edition Hotelier Summit Africa (North) will outline emergent innovative trends that will drive the effort among hospitality brands. - TradeArabia News Service




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