David Harper, head of house providers for Resort Partners Africa, has introduced that the African Resort Report 2017 will be released at AHIF in Oct.
This biennial publication is a extensive report regarding the resort industry in Africa, masking forty four nations around the world.
It analyses how resort values have modified throughout the continent, as effectively as reporting on key trends.
Some of the highlights of this report expose seventy five per cent of all nations around the world have seen boosts in the value of inns over the past two many years, although the regular expansion in resort values throughout the continent over the past two many years was six.4 per cent.
At the exact same time, half of all African nations around the world saw resort values enhance at a larger charge than all other house classes.
The report is a nation by nation guidebook, discussing the key hospitality trends and investment prospects.
When introduced it will rank the nations around the world by value of inns, as effectively as by annual alter in values, on a nation by nation foundation and on a region by region foundation.
“This report displays that the resort sector in Africa is however a pretty good investment, in spite of the cyclical mother nature of the house industry.
“However, good guidance is critical to enable be certain you make the most of this pretty promising investment possibility and keep away from some of the probable pitfalls that can ensnare the considerably less expert resort trader,” stated Harper.
The report, which has a encouraged retail selling price of $1,495 will be accessible at no value to delegates of the Africa Resort Expenditure Forum, wherever Harper will be talking on security issues and how they effects the hospitality sector.
Jonathan Worsley, chairman, Bench Situations, which organises AHIF, concluded: “This report will be vital reading for anyone considering investing in inns in Africa.”