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Onomo Hotels (Ruggieri family) targets English-speaking countries

Onomo Hotels (Ruggieri family) targets English-speaking countries

The pan-African hotel chain intends to strengthen its continental network and has taken a 60.1% stake in South Africa’s BON Hotels. With this first franchise, the challenge is clear: to become the leader of the midscale market in Africa.

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            ▪ Onomo Hotels (Ruggieri family) targets English-speaking countries

▪ The pan-African hotel chain intends to strengthen its continental network and has taken a 60.1% stake in South Africa’s BON Hotels. With this first franchise, the challenge is clear: to become the leader of the midscale market in Africa.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/801671/onomo-hotels-famille-ruggieri-pointe-son-viseur-sur-les-pays-anglophones/

19/12/2019 at 16h25, by Aurélie Benoit, updated 20/12/2019

“One of our priorities, in addition to integrating the BON Hotels teams, is to strengthen our presence in English-speaking markets,” Julien Ruggieri and Cédric Guilleminot explained to Jeune Afrique Business+. The duo, respectively Chairman and CEO of Onomo Hotels, have already taken a major step forward with the acquisition of the South African chain which has a strong presence in Nigeria, in its home country, and the southern part of the continent.

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