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Hospitality expo set for capital

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Luu Meng, president of the Cambodia Tourism Federation speaks in the press conference yesterday. Heng Chivoan

Hospitality expo set for capital

Representatives from more than 350 companies from 30 countries in the region will gather at the sixth annual Camfood and Camhotel expo in the Kingdom next month, a press release issued on Wednesday said.

The event will be held from September 19 to 21 on the capital’s Koh Pich Centre and will be hosted by AMB Tarsus Events Group, the Cambodia Tourism Federation and the Academy of Culinary Arts Cambodia.

The exhibitions will showcase local companies in the food and beverage supply sector, and hospitality equipment and technology providers said AMB Tarsus director Andrew Siow.

“In terms of what’s new this year, firstly there are more countries represented and a bigger arrangement of supplies, especially café supplies and equipment,” he said.

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