Industry Blog – General
The Cape Film Commission, the official government film agency in the Western Cape, has embarked on an initiative to brand Cape Town and the Western Cape as a “film friendly” destination and is seeking to partner with film festival organisers and tour operators, to promote film tourism, film festivals and the film industry in general.Read more
The world’s cities are the new tourism battleground.
It is imperative that we act decisively to attract a much more significant market share of the world’s biggest market; the urban traveller, which accounts for 70% of the world’s travellers.Read more
Today is World Tourism Day, a day on which the United Nations World Travel Organisation calls attention to global issues and aspirations around tourism. Despite a rough round for tourism in recent years, it still remains a powerful economic contributor, a major generator of jobs and opportunities, and an agent of change, working as it does to bring travellers to new, unknown things, people and experiences.
In 2011, World Tourism Day reflects on the theme, “Tourism: Linking Cultures”.
In resIn response to the Whale Cottage Blog post dated August 23, 2011, entitled “So who the ‘bloody hell’ is Cape Town Tourism’s new Australian strategy consultant?”, Cape Town Tourism would like to point out a number of inaccuracies in the blog post and contextualise the reasons for the appointment of Strategetic.Read more
The first Sports and Events Tourism Exchange (SETE) Exhibition and Conference, hosted by South African Tourism, Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA), the Department of Trade and Industry, and Thebe Exhibitions and Projects Group, was held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from July 27 to 29, 2011.Read more
A Joint Association Members Meeting Session (JAMMS) was held at the Vineyard Hotel & Spa in Newlands on Wednesday July 20, addressing the need to create sustainable growth in the Western Cape’s tourism industry.Read more