Cape Town - The World Trade Market (WTM) Africa will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from Wednesday, 19 to Friday, 21 April 2017.
WTM Africa is one of six shows in the WTM portfolio, with other exhibitions taking place in London, São Paulo, Dubai, Penang and Cannes. These expos place the focus on regional products and services while giving them a global reach that will boost the industry, and as such are the perfect platforms to exhibit African businesses to the world
According to WTM Africa, the show is to discover the latest travel trends, products and businesses at this incredible networking opportunity that sees thousands of travel industry professionals congregate in the Mother City.
Inviting stakeholders in the South African tourism industry to meet travel operators from around the world in order to create business relationships, launch products, enter new markets, promote brands, conduct market research, showcase destinations and interact with media professionals.
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The show will host around 5 000 travel and tourism professionals, alongside 550 exhibitors, attending this leading global business-to-business expo that will showcase the inbound and outbound travel markets from over 45 countries.
Attendees will get a chance to access unique business opportunities and top quality contacts from around the world. Through pre-scheduled appointments and on-site networking, guests can drive their commercial success with all-year-round connections and updates on industry news, developments and technologies.
Want to be part of World Travel Market 2017, here's what you need to know:
Date: 19 Apr 2017 - 21 Apr 2017
Time: 10:00 - 18:00
Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre
Location: Convention Square | 1 Lower Long Street | Cape Town
Price: No cost
Phone: +27 (0)11 549 8300
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