Associations and Partners

HOTT3D is proudly associated to the following organisations that share our ethos of honesty, integrity and authenticity.

The philosophy of the OSPI Network (OCTANORM Service Partner International) is one cooperation based on trust in the area of exhibition stand construction, no matter where in the world

This means you can plan at home, drawing on the best-possible advice, and can rely on your plans being implemented precisely the way you envisioned them – at any exhibition venue in the world.

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IFES helps its members to better serve their clients who exhibit internationally. In an industry of constant change and development, IFES provides professionals with a network dedicated to helping them face new challenges and acquire new business.

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EXSA's core strategy is to actively grow and develop the exhibition and events industry within Southern Africa. This is achieved through promoting the unique benefits offered by exhibitions and events, and raising the profile of our members.

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The Association of African Exhibition Organisers (AAXO) was formed to provide a collective platform of address and representation for professional exhibition organisers throughout Africa.

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Cape Town Tourism is the City of Cape Town’s official regional tourism organisation, responsible for destination marketing, visitor and industry services. Cape Town Tourism prides itself in a culture of service excellence and is committed to responsible and fair business practices.

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 Social Responsibility

 

Future Cape Town is a leading platform in Africa promoting democracy about the future of cities.

Through our online presence, research, and multi-stakeholder collaborations we work towards expanding public access to urbanism in order to promote a more visionary and inclusive city. We are an independent think-tank, advocating knowledge and citizen engagement to meet the challenges of our city.

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Masicorp works for the people of Masiphumelele township, where we estimate more than 40,000 people live disadvantaged and poor by the legacy of apartheid. Since 1999, our work has made a proven difference to the lives of people in Masiphumelele.

Our primary focus is education — the surest route out of poverty. Projects cover pre-school to adult learners. We also support community entrepreneurs in small business development.

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Afrika Tikkun is dedicated to investing in education, health and social services for children, youth and their families through its community Centres of Excellence and strategic partnerships.

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