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Bigger trade show

Shayal Devi
Friday, August 15, 2014

AFTER a lapse of four years, the annual HOTEC tradeshow is expected to be bigger and better this year.

Hosted by the Fiji Hotels and Tourism Association, in conjunction with Fiji Chefs Association, the trade show will feature displays from some of the best international and local product suppliers.

Fiji Hotels and Tourism Association executive officer Chanelle Zoing said the three-day trade show was the biggest of its kind in Fiji and the South Pacific.

"It brings in both local and international suppliers to boost trade and network links to our local accommodation providers and tourism operators," she said.

This year, the trade show will also feature competitions run by the Fiji Chefs Association.

"They are the Moffat Salon Culinare 2014 Competition and Barista of the Year Competition and Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association Bartender of the Year.








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