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INDABA 2013 in review

The general feeling about INDABA 2013, which took place at the ICC in Durban between May 11 and 14, was that there were fewer delegates, but that those who had attended were far more engaged, resulting in greater productivity.

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INDABA 2013: meet Cape Town Tourism in Durban

Catch us at INDABA 2013, where, in conjunction with the City of Cape Town, we will be showcasing the city’s main attractions as well as activities like golf and how we are nurturing responsible tourism.

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Request for Proposals: MPLS VPN Service

This Request for Proposal is to appoint a qualified service provider to provide Cape Town Tourism with a fully managed MPLS VPN service that would connect the offices on a single network that would transport data, voice and additional applications. This cost effect Layer 3 network to be deployed with the intention of securing the services on a rolling 12 month agreement.

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Pop-up coffee shop in prime location available immediately – make this space your own

Calling Coffee Artists, Mocha Aficionados, Cappuccino Connoisseurs, Café au Lait Devotees. Cape Town Tourism offers a magnificent, blank-canvas space in our flagship Visitor Information Centre on the corner of Castle and Burg Streets for a pop-up coffee shop entrepreneur.

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ETEYA Awards 2013: Cape Town Tourism members shine

The 27 provincial finalists in the 2012/13 Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award (ETEYA) have been selected and are ready to take on the challenge of becoming an ETEYA winner.

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World Design Capital 2014 – four themes

Design is more than architecture, clothes and jewellery – it is also about bridging the divide between communities, offering sustainable solutions and being innovative.

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Tourism Services Update – February 2013

We interacted with just over 24 000 visitors via our VIC network for February 2013. This is 2% lower than February 2012. There is a shift between international and domestic visitors, with the majority of visitors now being from international markets. A total of 61% of visitors were from the international market, and 39% from domestic market.

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Marketing Services Update – February 2013

The month of February saw the team very busy with planning for the next fiscal, as a three-year business plan needed to be submitted to the City.

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Monkeybiz: the art of poverty alleviation

A herd of multi-coloured, lovingly crafted beaded elephants seen grazing at Design Indaba 2013, symbolised the ability of design to truly transform lives. The product of proudly South African non-profit organisation Monkeybiz, these and other beaded creatures provide their makers with a brighter future.

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Request For Proposals: Cape Town Tourism’s website and e-marketing platforms

A digital agency is to be appointed by Cape Town Tourism (CTT) for the development, management and commercialisation of Cape Town Tourism’s website and e-marketing platforms.

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