Century City Conference Centre and Hotel Wins Best Venue at SAACI Awards

Century City Conference Centre and Hotel (CCCC&H) received the prestigious Member’s Choice Award for Venue of the Year during The South African Association for the Conference Industry (SAACI) Annual Conference held in Johannesburg earlier this week.

SAACI is a professional association that promotes sustainability within the business events industry in Southern Africa. The internationally recognised association facilitates an enabling environment for learning, growth and collaboration amongst business events professionals.

Flexibility, exceptional staff, advanced technology, friendliness and sustainability were cited in praise of CCCC&H during the awards ceremony. “Their relentless focus on sustainability, attention to detail and service delivery are just a few of the reasons why they are a worthy recipient of this prestigious SAACI industry award. We are very proud to have them as a loyal and active SAACI member. Congratulations to the entire Century City Conference Centre team,” said SAACI CEO, Rudi van der Vyver.

CCCC&H Joint CEO, Gary Koetser welcomed the award “This is testament to our staff and their unwavering commitment to service excellence. We are so honoured to have been nominated for this award by our industry and those who are in the trenches each and every day” Koetser said.

Koetser’s counterpart, Glyn Taylor echoed his colleague, reiterating the prestigious recognition conveyed by the award. “Since opening our doors in early 2016 we have had phenomenal feedback and we are honoured to have that recognised by the industry. CCCC&H’s considerable percentage of repeat business is testament to our service excellence and our attention to detail across all guest and client touch-points. We are extremely grateful to the SAACI members who voted for us and we will continue to push ourselves to live up to the faith and recognition that the industry places on us.”

“This endorsement by prestigious industry bodies such as SAACI is affirmation that although absolute perfection is not always achievable, it is our relentless pursuit of excellence that sets us apart,” Koetser added.

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