5th Annual e-Tourism Summit set for Cape Town in September

5TH ANNUAL E-TOURISM AFRICA SUMMIT SET FOR CAPE TOWN]


South African Tourism and Cape Town Tourism are the main sponsors for the upcoming 5th Annual e-Tourism Summit, which will take place this year at the southern end of the African continent between 13th and 14th of
September at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Economic wobbles apart, the UNWTO has forecast that in 2012 for the first time ever more than a billion people will travel, equivalent to what is expected to be the number of people subscribed to Facebook, the worlds largest social network.
The African continent, still getting the smallest slice of the global travel business in percentage terms, has however embraced the new technologies by storm and with the global playing field on the world wide web now more level than ever before, it is important to continue working cyberspace and making an impact by embracing e-marketing of destinations and company services. This years e-Tourism Conference will once again highlight how best to make use of social networks and promote e-transactions to an estimated 1 billion plus subscribers and users of social and professional networks and how to use the latest technologies of interactive websites and linkages to social and business networks to get the best out of ones presence on the web.
Speakers will include top ranking executives from Facebook, YouTube, TripAdvisor, Expedia and hosts South African Tourism, who will inject the inspiration into the summit one the opening day before workshops, dedicated seminars and panel discussion groups will on day two take the participants into the application stages to discuss the how and where.
Registration for the event is open via www.e-tourismfrontiers.com and although the early bird discount for registrations expired yesterday, participation still offers extraordinary value for money.

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  1. Of course it is important to continue working cyberspace and making an impact by embracing e-marketing of destinations and company services. But it is equally important to deliver the service on the ground. I have visited Durban 5 times in the last 7 years, and while I enjoy the Durban Beach Front, Wild Coast, and the /Imfolozi wild life reserves, I have been dissatisfied with some of the meals in hotels and restaurants. I must pay a complement to Endless Horizons in Durban who generously invited our party to a complimentary dinner when we complained.

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