With 12 sensational years of Horeca’s success in Lebanon, the country’s Hospitality Services, considered the premier organisers for hospitality events in the Levant, have branched out to Kuwait for a second year.
The second edition of the show closed its doors on December 9 after having attracted over 2,000 trade visitors. Adding official Lebanese presence and entrepreneurship, Horeca Kuwait 2005 was inaugurated in the presence of Joe Sarkis, Lebanese minister of tourism, Jawdat El Hajjar Lebanese ambassador to Kuwait and many other Lebanese businesses and governmental personalities. Indeed, the list of Horeca Kuwait’s attendees read like a who’s who of key decision-makers from major establishments including hotels, resorts, furnished apartments, restaurants, night-clubs, patisseries, equipment suppliers, caterers and more. The event also attracted major television networks and regional newspapers who were keen to portray the deep, solid cooperation between Lebanon and Kuwait in business and tourism.
Horeca Kuwait 2005’s extensive exhibitor profile included catering equipment and services, hospitality-related software companies, technology and audiovisual suppliers, security companies, packaging companies, schools and universities, franchise companies, furnishings and fixture suppliers, food and beverage suppliers and much more.
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