Hotel Show 2010, which was held between 16 to 18 July at the Sirimavo Bandaranaike Memorial Exhibition Center in Sri Lanka, allowed Corby to present its well established and trusted brand to an exciting market place which is ready to see a surge in investment and activity over the coming years.
Corby relished the opportunity to showcase its product range, bringing to the fore its key product areas, namely the eponymous trouser press, its selection of well-designed ironing centres in addition to a quality range of hand-held electrical appliances including kettles and hairdryers.
Chief guest, Basil Rajapaksa, minister of economic development met with Richard Kaye, the managing director of the company, providing a perfect chance for the two to discuss how the hospitality sector is likely to move forward in the near future.
It was apparent that there is a real buzz surrounding the imminent boom in activity in the leisure and hospitality sector which will see a wealth of opportunities created for businesses, investors and consumers alike.
Ever keen to build its international relations and to get a feel for the demands of the market, Corby used the exhibition to investigate the specific needs of Sri Lankan hoteliers and investors. The event was also an important opportunity for Corby to demonstrate that the brand will continue to provide up-to-the-minute hotel and guest amenity solutions which offer value for money without compromising quality to new and developing market areas.
To ensure that a wide range of Corby Hospitality products are stocked locally and are available at great value prices direct to the consumer, Corby is delighted to announce that it has secured an exclusive agency agreement with Hotel Emporium.
Corby’s official appointed reseller is a highly professional distributor with many years’ experience in the hotel supply industry.
The Hotel Show 2010 proved to be a real success for Corby, its products attracting much attention both for their quality and excellent value for money.
The Sri Lankan hospitality market is now on the verge of a boom despite current global economic uncertainties and Corby is ready and able to move forward and flourish with the growth which Sri Lanka’s leisure and hospitality industry is soon to see.