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We Want To Transform Local Facilities Into Global Brands –NANET Boss

NANET Hotels is strategizing to build many global brands across the country with its expertise

Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of NANET Hotels, Mr. Ini Akpabio has said that despite the political and business climate in the country, his company has developed and transformed most facilities into a global brand.

Akpabio said NANET is aware that a good business will keep flying if the officials are professionals and dedicated to industry dynamics, adding that as a good hospitality firm with proven track record, they have continued to offer better rooms and exception services for the satisfaction of all our customers.

The hospitality and tourism expert in a chat with The Union recently disclosed that before the end of the year, NANET would adjust some of its contractual requisite, in such a manner as to allow its name on its brands.

He said NANET Hotels is currently managing the following hotels: Nanet suites Abuja, Nanet Emirates hotel, Abuja, Command Guest House, Lagos, NAF Club, Kaduna, and Salt Spring Resort, Abakaliki. NANET, according to Akpabio has also managed and institutionalizedZaranda Hotel, Bauchi Nanet Restaurant and Meatpie, Kaduna, Budget 5 Hotel, Kaduna, Budget- Master Hotel, Kaduna, Nanet Excel Hotel, Warri amongst others.

“Some of the properties have been institutionalized as a major luxury outfits within the country’s hotel value chains, offering intercontinental luxury service with industry trained professionals in all its various locations across Nigeria”, Akpabio noted.

Highlighting how the firm has been able to survive despite the country’s harsh economic environment, Akpabio revealed that the few factors that have made NANET Brand strong are discipline, training and innovation through application of technology in service delivery.

According to him, the company has equally demonstrated much commitment in the area of improving the capacity of its staff through regular training and retraining.

He added that only last year, about six General Managers were sent to Dubai for a professional.

– Stories: Ebere Chibuzor

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