Industry Blog – General
At the end of 2013, the Cape Town Tourism Board took a collective decision to forfeit their small monthly remuneration for contribution towards a fund (topped up by Cape Town Tourism) that will be awarded to two Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDIs) SMME businesses.Read more
Indaba - one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar - is taking place at the Albert Luthuli Convention Centre (ICC) in Durban for three days from 10-12 May 2014.
This trade event attracts over 13,000 delegates from travel and tourism related industries presenting an opportunity to showcase Cape Town’s tourism offering and to promote year-round business with local and international trade.
Cape Town Tourism has secured prime space on the Wesgro stand in the DEC Hall and we are offering our members two key opportunities to join us on this excellent platform.
City of Cape Town Executive Mayor, Alderman Patricia de Lille, today confirmed the events that the City will host to honour the late Nelson Mandela.Read more
A Call for Proposals to submit business HDI SMME plans in order to benefit from The Board Development Fund. The fund is intended to assist two businesses with support to encourage skills transfers, partnership, enterprise and supplier development and marketing opportunities to grow their existing SMME business.Read more
Travel bloggers dream of getting paid to do the two things they love most: travel and write.
But not everyone consumed by wanderlust, with a DSLR camera and a knack for WordPress, is going to get a thumbs-up from travel companies for all-expenses-paid trips to go jungle-trekking in Thailand, hot air ballooning over the Serengeti or Pina Colada sipping on the beach in Mauritius.Read more
Building on the very successful #LoveCapeTown results of 2012, Cape Town Tourism celebrated Tourism Month with another exciting campaign to shine the spotlight on all that the Mother City has to offer. During this year’s campaign #LoveCapeTown appeared in twitter users’ timelines more than 51.8 million times - a growth of 52% compared to last year. #LoveCapeTown was also used very successfully on other social media platforms like Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and a variety of blogs.Read more