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TBC to asses business flow

TBC to asses business flow

TBC to asses business flow

TOURISM Business Council chief executive Paul Matamisa says the success of Sanganai/Hlanganani World Tourism Expo will be measured by movement in terms of business flow.

TBC to asses business flow

The Sanganai/Hlanganani expo began yesterday in Bulawayo and it will end on September 14.

Speaking to H-Metro, Matamisa said there was a great potential for a successful Sanganai/Hlanganani expo.

“It started very well and everything is going according to plan.

“We believe that if everything else is taken through we should be able to reach the destination we expected in the beginning.

“As far as we are concerned when I looked at the stands starting from last night (Wednesay) to this morning (Thursday) I have seen improved expo and there is a lot of effort going through it,” he said.

H added:

“We have great potential for successful Sanganai/Hlanganani.

“The success of Sanganai is not only exhibiting but after there have to be a movement in terms of business that is flowing through and that is what will indicate indeed it was a great success.”

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