There isn’t a finer choice than the tourism capital of Cape Town, South Africa to host the World Trade Market® Africa (WTM® Africa), the African travel industry event of the year, third time running at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).
The amount of exhibitors showcasing their products is expected to exceed 600 with businesses ranging from accommodation, adventure travel and tourism to sport, entertainment and technology.
With quality business-to-business networking scenes and a range of industry related topics to tuck into, a visit to WTM® Africa is sure to be a sought after investment to cash in on.
Running over three consecutive days from 6th – 8th April 2016, visitors can expect a host of insightful seminars, conferences and events involving South African tourism on an international platform.
A custom designed exhibition stand at WTM Africa will attract visitors to your business, helping build lasting brand recognition in Cape Town as well as serious international exposure -all before the start of the weekend.
A number of companies have opted to have an exhibition stand built and have contacted 369, the exhibition stand specialists. With such a prominent event it’s important to stand out with a striking exhibition stand.
Taking the lead from the WTM® London conference, the WTM® Africa programme boasts sought after speakers including Dr Harold Goodwin, Professor of Responsible Tourism at Manchester Metropolitan University among others.
A substantial increase in exhibitors is expected from last year with more than 20 African countries choosing to exhibit at the WTM Africa event.
All serious players are urged to invest in a presence at the event that Chardonnay Marchesi of African Travel Week says: “will deliver more interaction, more education, more networking and most importantly, more business than ever before witnessed in our industry here in Africa”.
Once again, if your company would like to stand out at the leading B2B travel industry event, contact 369, the exhibition stand specialists today.