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All is not lost for tourism in Africa even with the COVID-19 pandemic that has put the continent’s tourism on a standstill.
Through Project Hope Africa initiated by African Tourism Board (ATB), a roadmap to navigate the sector through the crisis and post COVID-19 has been drawn to salvage the sector that accounts for between 9 and 11 percent of Africa’s GDP.
Join us for a discussion on how ATB and its Project HOPE Initiative are actively involved in the rescue and recovery of Africa’s tourism sector.
Estimated to be the third largest GDP in the world, LGBTQ+ travellers are also set to be some of the first to start travelling for leisure once borders open. If you’ve ever wanted to tap into the LGBTQ+ market. The time is now and this webinar is a great place to start.
COVID-19 is just another challenge on the horizon of travel (perhaps huger than previous challenges) and there is no doubt that technology will help to accelerate the recovery faster than previous times. Paulo Salvador explores the trends that will emerge.
Yair Shimansky started designing and crafting jewellery which he sold at a beachfront flea market in South Africa for one year before opening a small outlet in a popular shopping mall. This lead to the opening of a full Shimansky jewellery store two years later. This was a meaningful milestone in the Shimansky journey.