The Moses Mabhida Stadium was privileged to be a part of the third annual Sports Events & Tourism Exchange that took place at the Durban ICC from 22nd – 24th October 2013. The objective of the conference was to outline the implementation of the Sport Tourism strategy that was adopted in the 2012 conference.
The SETE 2013 event welcomed pre-selected high caliber International Hosted Buyers, a larger scope of services and products specifically related to tourism and sport and also exposed Africa’s finest destinations to the Sporting and Event fraternity.
SETE took a proactive move to strategically align Africa as a whole, as the arena that has the potential and capabilities of hosting international events, sporting teams (especially during their winter months for training purposes) and also to use the time wisely when travelling to an African country by experiencing all the tourism offerings available.
The Moses Mabhida Stadium’s exhibitor stand showcased its offerings, as well as highlighting it as a perfect platform to network and also increase awareness of the Moses Mabhida Stadium brand. The conference delegates and other exhibitors came through to the stand to get more information about the stadium’s attractions, function venues and also exchanged contacts for future business opportunities and partnerships.
The Moses Mabhida Stadium team was honoured to host a gala dinner for the SETE delegation on Wednesday evening.
A few delegates agreed that the event was a success,
“The venue was impressively decorated, the food was exquisite and the service was great”
Moses Mabhida Stadium continually strives to go all out to ensure that all its clients and business associates leave with a very good impression and are satisfied with the service offered by the venue.
30 October 2013 | Events