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More than 550 delegates have attended the Fijian Tourism Expo 2024, enjoying workshops, seminars, media updates and invaluable networking opportunities.

Over the course of two days, the event brought together industry stakeholders from across the globe to delve into Fiji’s distinctive tourism offerings and cultivate long-lasting business relationships.

The event attracted more than 125 buyers, 80 sellers and representatives from 19 international media outlets, with more than 4,000 meetings scheduled.

“Tourism remains a cornerstone of Fiji’s economy, and the Fiji Tourism Exchange serves as a prime platform to showcase our rich culture, traditions, and amazing natural wonders to the world,” said Hon. Viliame Gavoka, the Acting Prime Minister and Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation.

“It’s heart-warming to witness such an overwhelming turnout, with even greater enthusiasm than last year. We’re building upon the success of last year and the momentum is palpable.”

The Minister also shared updates on property developments, including the expansion of existing resorts and the launch of innovative hospitality ventures, highlighting growth and innovation in Fiji’s tourism sector.

The FTE event was held at the Sheraton Fiji Golf and Beach Resort in Denarau.

“We recognise the potential of our event to facilitate meaningful engagement,” said Brent Hill, Tourism Fiji CEO.

“As we move forward, it’s evident that our tourism landscape is evolving. Our tourism industry is strong, performing incredibly well, positioned for further growth, and our country is well prepared to take on the challenge.”