CAMFOOD & CAMHOTEL 2023 officially opened today as a three-day event to promote and provide exchange experiences across the food and hotel industry.
The event aims to support the development of the F&B industry by introducing new products, ideas and solutions to improve the quality and professionalism of the industry.
CAMFOOD & CAMHOTEL, which takes place from September 14 to 16, provides new knowledge about products, technologies, and experiences from local and international food and hotel suppliers.
Hang Soth Samphea, Deputy Secretary General of Cambodia Engineers, said that the agenda takes in hospitality competitions, cooking, table settings, sommeliers, national barista championships and other competitions to restore and promote the hotel and food industry.
He added that it provides a great opportunity for those wanting to showcase their skills in the competitions. It also continues to be an important event for architects, engineers, surveyors, planners, managers and other professionals in the industry and construction fields.
“It is positive to see that there are national and international companies, and more than 320 well-known brands, invited to participate in product exhibitions and its latest services and innovations,” Soth Samphea said.
He added that the event is also an important exchange of relations and cooperation, while allowing analysts from various fields to share experiences and learn from each other.
“I would like to appeal to architects, real estate developers, project managers to take advantage of these events,” Soth Samphea added.
Kuch Panhasa, secretary of State of Ministry of Tourism, also suggested that businesses in the tourism industry need to strengthen their capacity and quality of services in a context that requires high competition and digitalization in line with the (IBEST) approach. This refers to improving service, quality, bookings, the environment, safety, and technology.
He underlined that the private sector and stakeholders are working together to welcome national and international tourists to Cambodia in accordance with the second phase of recovery in the roadmap to restore and promote Cambodia tourism after the Covid-19 crisis.