Supplier Programme

Bench Events

Bench has been a leading organiser of hospitality investment and aviation development business events. For over 25 years, the events have been known as the premium industry forums for sector development across Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. 
In 2020 alone, they have hosted 10 virtual events and over 25,000 attendees. Bench ran Hospitality Tomorrow, their first virtual conference in April 2020 which attracted more than 6000 registrations from across the world. The success of this has allowed them to create a full series of online forums including 3 more Hospitality Tomorrow events, Real Estate Tomorrow and Africa Tomorrow. 

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Africa Hospitality Investment Forum 2021, 25th March 2021, Virtual Event
As host to this year’s 24th UNWTO General Assembly, Morocco is set to showcase the importance of restarting international tourism in a safe and sustainable way. The country has been a key focus economy for AHIF – Africa Hotel Investment Forum. The Bench Team has been working closely with SMIT the Moroccan Agency for Tourism Development, to showcase and discuss Moroccan opportunities within the African hotel investment community. 
On  25 March, Bench Events is bringing the power of AHIF back to you! Experience the  AHIF Marketplace virtual event, focused on hospitality investment in Morocco and surrounding regions.  
Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) would have celebrated its 10th edition in 2020. However, AHIF’s legacy of connecting the region’s hospitality investment community was forced to face challenges unlike anything anyone expected. Joining this resilient industry, facing the perfect storm, Bench Events continue to engage, innovate and discuss how best to utilise virtual platforms and hybrid meetings to encourage business discussions around the future of Africa’s hospitality sector. 
Free to attend for HotelSwaps’ members.  
To register, click here.  
The services are subject to availability.