Industry Blog – Responsible Tourism
SPECIAL OFFER FOR CAPE TOWN TOURISM MEMBERS
Through an innovative programme of collaboration and information, SB’16 Cape Town will create a gathering of international proportion to evaluate the opportunities for African brands to adapt and thrive in a fast changing world and showcase HOW inspirational and active partnerships can drive business success and activate positive social and environmental change NOW.
A fantastic offer for CTT Members - a 2 for 1 on registration – effectively a 50% discount on the all event pass rates.Read more
INDABA 2016 is happening from 7-9 May next year and Cape Town Tourism will be there to represent the Mother City again!Read more
The Board Development Fund Programme is intended to assist Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDI’s) with support to encourage skills transfers, partnership, enterprise and supplier development and marketing opportunities to grow their existing SMME business.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.
Unfortunately, safety and security concerns remain the biggest reason for people not wanting to visit our destination. Cape Town Tourism aims to empower our members to be prepared and ready to inform and assist visitors to the Mother City as effectively as possible.Read more
Hundreds of millions of people, businesses and governments around the world unite each year to support the largest environmental event in history: Earth Hour. We spoke to Sue Northam of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), the conservation organisation responsible for Earth Hour, to find out how the tourism industry can make a difference on 23 March 2013 and beyond.Read more