CAPE City – Africa Travel Week 2021 has closed its first trade-to-business event with its content event over 5,000 successful 1-to-1 sessions, 4,000 views of the season and more than 4,300 minutes of live chat. Held from April 7 to 9, the event includes a theme show, World Market Africa (WTM Africa) and International Luxury Travel Market Africa (ILTM Africa), shopping malls and travel destinations and an online product to bring travelers to the computer. The content event featured more than 40 conversations and demonstrations from 170 countries and Africans talking about travel related to travel in Africa and beyond, from LGBTQ + travel and travel to business travel and travel technologies. Meghan Oberholzer, Reed South Africa Portfolio Director Director: Travel, Travel & Sports says: “The feedback received from buyers, travel visitors, exhibitors and filmmakers has been positive abundant.” “Recognizing that face-to-face meetings continue to be important, but to support this and the need for our company to connect at this time, we have taken a joint approach from planning in April and meeting next year,” Said Oberholzer. “Meetings and procedures are good,” said Christophe Bazille, Executive Director of the Hospital’s website. “It doesn’t replace face-to-face meetings during travel, but it’s good to reconnect so we can see the health of everything we can meet. The African tour will return soon with such a spirit and amazing places. “LoAnn Holden, VP Communications International LGBTQ + Travel Association (IGLTA) said:” Thank you for your constant support of IGLTA and participation in events and partnerships! We are delighted to be a part of this event and promote the acceptance of the African tour for all.
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