DBAA MEETING PAVES WAY FOR BLUFF GUEST HOUSE OWNERS
By: Snenhlanhla Ndudula
The Durban Bluff Accommodation Association (DBAA) hosted an information evening for all individuals involved in the local hospitality industry at the Bluff National Golf Course
The DBAA, a potential body which helps people build up their businesses and let them stand on a firm foundation, uttered words of encouragement for entrepreneurs to work together as
one unit, to enhance the Bluff in the direction of tourism.
Agnes Vermaak, Premier Property Consultant from Wakefields Bluff and a guest house owner said, “The DBAA stood by me and guided me every step of the way, they are there to
help us to get things through and this business only wants to help you and want to see you grow.”
The golf course doors were open to all members of the bluff community who owned guests houses and those who were involved in the hospitality industry.
Lynn Easton, specialist in Hospitality Insurance at AFSCOT, said that people should work together and owners should be vigilant and careful when it comes to all paperwork, liability
and having passion for what you do will take you a long way.
Kathry Harding, owner of a guest house on the Bluff, also said that she found the meeting “informative, captivating and encouraging”.