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Where and when is 4th African GHI Conference?
GHI’s 4th African GHI Conference will be held in the Kigali Convention Centre, Rwanda
Who can attend the conference?
GHI’s African Conference is the premier networking event for ground handlers, airlines, airports and suppliers. It is open to any professionals from the ground handling industry.
What is included in the delegate fee?
The delegate fee includes three days of conference and panel sessions, lunches and coffee breaks, as well as personally scheduled One-to-One Meetings. All networking events are included, including the networking party on day 1 and Delegate Dinner on day 2.
Is there a deadline to sign up for the conference?
We can accept last minute bookings, however to take advantage of the One-to-One Meeting planner and networking opportunities, it is recommended that you sign up as early as possible as some delegates schedules become full.
How do I organise One-to-One Meetings?
More than 400 One-to-One Meetings will be scheduled at GHI’s 4th African Conference. Once you are registered you will be sent login details for the delegate personal page. Here you can request and accept meetings with other delegates. Once accepted, the conference team will personally schedule these for you, taking into account conference sessions and networking events you wish to attend. A full schedule is sent out 2 weeks before the conference.
What accommodation is available?
We have special delegate rates at the Radisson Blu Hotel, to suit all budgets. A link to book at this discounted rate is sent out in your delegate welcome email after registration.
What opportunities are there for networking at the conference?
GHI’s Conferences provide unparalleled networking opportunities. More than 400 One-to-One Meetings are expected at GHI’s 4th African Conference. We also provide table top spaces for ad-hoc meetings over the three days. And don’t miss out on our Networking Party and Delegate Dinners, which provide the opportunity to extend discussions long into the night.