Vodafone Fiji sponsors 2023 Fijian Tourism Expo

Vodafone Fiji sponsors 2023 Fijian Tourism Expo

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Tuesday 02/05/2023

Vodafone Fiji is the technology sponsor for the 2023 Fijian Tourism Expo that will be held from May 6th to 8th at the Sheraton Fiji Resort & Spa.

Vodafone's Chief Marketing Officer, Rajnesh Prasad says Fiji is an outstanding holiday destination with stunning natural beauty and a rich cultural heritage that attracts a significant number of tourists each year.

He says having a strong industry sector and a number of hardworking stakeholders, Fiji has earned an apt reputation as a place where happiness comes naturally.

Prasad says Vodafone Fiji strives to provide innovative solutions to its customers, and this partnership will allow them to do just that.

He adds as the technology sponsor for Tourism Fiji, they will be able to provide Expo attendees with seamless connectivity that will enable them to discover more about Fiji and get the most out of the renowned Tourism Expo.

Tourism Fiji CEO Brent Hill says they are excited to announce their partnership with Vodafone as the Technology Partner for this year’s expo.

He says as we look towards the future of tourism in Fiji, it is essential to incorporate the latest technologies to enhance the visitor experience while promoting sustainable tourism practices.

Hill says with Vodafone's expertise, they are confident they can achieve these goals and deliver a world-class event for all participants.

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