HOTEC 2018 Tradeshow | Sponsorship Opportunities

HOTEC 2018 Tradeshow | Sponsorship Opportunities

HOTEC is Fiji’s biggest annual exposition by local and international suppliers to the hospitality industry whose sole purpose is to create a platform for these suppliers to show case their products and services to the local hoteliers in creating and building on business relationships and connecting with existing and potential business clients.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Sponsorship is the Industry Leaders’ privilege, through which the image of the sponsoring company is enhanced and the company itself is directly connected in the event. A company’s participation in the event as a sponsor constitutes the utmost integrated means for an effective presentation of the company. Moreover, by selecting the appropriate sponsorship category, the sponsors reinforce their message to the visitors and the whole intended audience of the exhibition as it makes their stand more popular and fully differentiate themselves from the competitors.

Sponsorship Categories
Monetary Sponsors:

  • Gold – exclusively to one company: $25,000
  • Silver – open to two companies: $10,000
  • Bronze – open to 3 companies: $5,000

Product Partners: (contact the event coordinator for any of the following)

  • Media Partner
  • Sound System Partner
  • Entertainment
  • Bottled Water Provider

Download your copy of the HOTEC Sponsorship Package_2018 and see how you can get your business involved TODAY!!

For more information please contact the Cheryl Chow-Fong – Event Coordinator on +679 330 2980 or email to admin@fhta.com.fj.

HOTEC 2018 Tradeshow | Extra Delegates

HOTEC 2018 Tradeshow | Extra Delegates

Register for an Extra Delegate

Bring the team at only $650 per person (FJD)

Extra Delgate Packages include;

● 1 x additional chair per additional delegate
● 1 x Delegate Name Badge per delegate
● Morning Tea, Lunch & Afternoon Tea for the 2 day trade show
● Access to all free events associated with HOTEC 2018
● 1 x Ticket for the Networking Cocktail on the final evening Read more

HOTEC 2018 Tradeshow | Exhibitors

HOTEC 2018 Tradeshow | Exhibitors

EXHIBIT

Fiji’s largest trade event for the tourism and hospitality sectors, HOTEC, takes place from 1st to 2nd November 2018 at the Sheraton Fiji Resort on Denarau, Fiji.

The event is an unparalleled opportunity for local and international business people in the hospitality, equipment, food & beverage, food service, and packaging industries to scope local markets, establish new trade relationships and broaden their presence within Fiji.

Show highlights include its scope, with approximately 30 national and international exhibitors in the largest convention space in Fiji cementing its place as the premier opportunity to exhibit to those who matter. A floor space stretching across a total area of 18,891 sq ft (1,755m²), HOTEC will boast exhibitors relevant to all aspects of the hospitality, food service and, hotel and accommodation industry.

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Dry Spell Alert

Dry Spell Alert

Disaster Management Office, 31 August, 2018 – This email serves to inform you on  the current dry weather condition.

  • The Meteorological Drought Information Bulletin issued by the Fiji Meteorological Service on August 3rd indicated July 2018 was significantly drier than normal across the Western Division and majority of the Northern division. The dry conditions extends to cover islands in the Eastern Division including Vunisea, Matuku and Lakeba that experienced less than half the normal rainfall recorded.
  • The Fiji Meteorological Service has put forward a Meteorological drought Watch that expands to cover 3-months timescale after drier than normal July. Meteorological Watch basically means that rainfall generally fall within the lowest 40% but excluding the lowest 25% of the historical record.
·        Timescale Sites in Meteorological Drought Sites in Meteorological Drought Warning Status Sites in Meteorological Drought Watch
3-month Labasa Airport, Penang Mill and Rotuma Matei Airfield and Seaqaqa Navua, Nacocolevu, Monasavu, Savusavu and Lakeba
6-month Matei Airfield, Savusavu Airfield and Rotuma Navua
12-month Savusavu Airfield Matei Airfield Rotuma

Source: Fiji Meteorological Service Climate Division.

  • The Divisional Commissioners are closely monitoring the situation on the ground. The NDMO requests clusters and partners to be prepared for emergency response upon request should there be a drought declared. For now water authority and commissioner’s office are carting water to the affected areas. We will keep you informed on the situation

Respectfully, for your information and necessary actions.

Further queries contact:

Prishika Nadan | A/SAO
National Disaster Management Office | Headquarters
Ministry of Rural & Maritime Development, National Disaster Management & Meteorological Services
3313400/ 3216450
info.mrmd@govnet.gov.fj

Munro Leys: Legal Alert: FRCS – New changes to penalty provisions are now even more challenging

As part of our membership benefits, we provide legal opinions on many areas of concern for clarification and interpretation

Munro Leys, has provided their legal alert on the New changes to penalty provisions which are now even more challenging.

The attached legal alert is exclusively for information purposes and should not be used or relied upon as a substitute for detailed advice or as a basis for formulating business decisions.

For further queries, clarification or assistance with other tax penalty matters please contact your client service personnel.

Attachment: Munro Leys: Legal Alert_FRCS grows more teeth [pdf]

Munro Leys: Legal Alert – Employment Relations (Budget Amendment) Act

As part of our membership benefits, we provide legal opinions on many areas of concern for clarification and interpretation

Munro Leys, has provided their legal alert  on the Employment Relations (Budget Amendment) Act.

The attached legal alert is exclusively for information purposes and should not be used or relied upon as a substitute for detailed advice or as a basis for formulating business decisions.

For further queries, clarification or assistance with other employment relations matters please contact your client service personnel.

Attachment: Munro Leys: Legal Alert_Employment Relations (Budget Amendment) Act [pdf]

Weather Forecast Issued 8am Tuesday, 31st July 2018

Weather Forecast for Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association
Issued 8am Tuesday 31st July 2018

Weather Situation – July is done and dusted now and there is still no sign of rain on the horizon. A broad high pressure ridge lies over waters mid-way between Fiji and NZ which continues to direct a stable southeast trade wind flow over Fiji. There are no significant weather systems active in the tropics at this time. Temperatures and humidity remain comfortably low.

For Fiji – Fine and mostly sunny. Mild days and cool nights with moderate southeast trade winds fresh through the inter island passages. Local sea breezes about the larger islands this afternoon. Low to moderate seas on coastal waters.

Outlook – Fine dry and sunny throughout again this week with light to moderate trade winds and coastal sea breezes. No sign of any significant rain on the horizon.

Sincerely,

NaDraki Weather

Weather Forecast Issued 8am Monday 30th July 2018

Weather Forecast for Fiji Hotel and Tourism Association
Issued 8am Monday 30th July 2018

Weather Situation – With just a few days of July left to run it is looking like being a below average rainfall month this year and there is still no sign of rain on the horizon. A broad high pressure ridge lies over waters mid-way between Fiji and NZ which continues to direct a stable southeast trade wind flow over Fiji. There are no significant weather systems active in the tropics at this time. Temperatures and humidity remain comfortably low.

For Fiji – Fine and mostly sunny. Mild days and cool nights with moderate southeast trade winds fresh through the inter island passages. Local sea breezes about the larger islands this afternoon. Low to moderate seas on coastal waters.

Outlook – Fine dry and sunny throughout again this week with light to moderate trade winds and coastal sea breezes. No sign of any significant rain on the horizon.