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“Port Harcourt Bantaba would be a two-day event that will include speed-dating and high-powered seminar sessions with mini exhibition, matching travel buyers with sellers and allied tourism players will focus on developing the South-South and South-East as a tourism destination by attracting several countries in Africa and reducing the cost of individual marketing in the region.
“For this year, Port Harcourt Bantaba will be attracting speakers drawn from different tourism fields across Nigeria and Africa with different topics allotted to them for discussion and in return touch on salient issues affecting the tourism industry and how they can firmly proffer solutions that would bring decency to the partnership drive for onward development’, Mr. Also, a leading globally-rated expert on e-tourism, Mr Damian Cooke from East Africa, would be speaking on topics which include e Tourism in Theory and Practice, e Marketing Strategy, Web Design, Content and Management, Analytics and Conversion Optimisation, Search Engine Marketing, Relationship Marketing.
Unhelpful staff, a severe lack of seating and broken air-conditioning were just some of the reasons the Port Harcourt International Airport was given the worst airport title.
Saudi Arabia’s Jeddah King Abdulaziz airport was second on the list – as it was last year - due to passengers’ annoyance at the “crowded, chaotic and unclean” Hajj terminal.
In a bid to empower hotels in Nigeria, organisers of Port Bantaba has included a two-day Master Class training for e-tourism including Trip Advisor, Facebook, Google and other online tools viz-a-viz creating a networking opportunities for the participants.