Organizers of major events dedicated to the luxury industry in Paris and Geneva, Coralie Ombga and Anouch Sedef, initiators of All Sees Limited, are holding their very first in Abidjan.
It will be July 15 in the form of a dinner around distinguished guests and a very relevant theme: “Luxury tourism and Investments”. After aperitifs and other civilities and elegance, accompanied by champagne offered by Moët et Chandon, hostilities will continue in the form of a conversation with Coralie Omgba, Anouch Sedef and Jean-Michel Lavoizard.
The games, between pear and cheese, will focus on the challenges of luxury tourism in Côte d’Ivoire. Beyond acquisition opportunities, yachting and other nautical activities, this event organized in partnership with the Moreno Institute (Isabelle Moreno), Moët et Chandon and Biologique Recherche, a prestigious French brand based in Côte d’Ivoire, will also be issue of specialized vocational training for this sector but also of the societal impact and financial profitability of luxury tourism.
As a reminder, All Sees was created by Coralie Omgba and Anouch Sedef in 2019 in Rwanda, thus marking the start of their partnership in the development of luxury tourism in Africa.
All Sees Limited is a consulting and strategy firm in nautical tourism and exceptional hotels in the emerging region, based in Kigali, Rwanda.
Together, Coralie and Anouch bring together more than 10 years of experience in the maritime field (yachting & nautical) and also in the merchant marine (port and commercial development), commercial, civil or private aviation (in collaboration with their privileged partners), exceptional hotels and restaurants, market finance and the trading of luxury products and projects.
The African continent welcomed 84.2 million visitors in 2019. The growing leisure and business tourism sector in the sub-Saharan region represents 8.5% of the region’s GDP. Destined to grow in the years to come with the arrival of millennials in particular, luxury and elite tourism is full of potential.
“All Sees is approaching this sector on the African continent in an uninhibited manner and without quotation marks, targeting both local and intra-regional customers,” explains Coralie Ongba. With luxury or upscale hotel chains like Four Seasons, Fairmont, One & Only, Relais & Châteaux, Kempinski, Mandarin Oriental, The Leading Hotels of the World, Park Hyatt, Africa is not a desert when it comes to luxury tourism. .