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CATCH-UP: COVID-19 crisis sparks innovation across travel
Industry experts shared technological innovations and their learnings from the COVID-19 crisis at the first Travel Forward ONLINE Conference, the leading travel technology event, co-located with Word Travel Market. Catch up on the sessions tackling airlines, hotels, virtual cards and more with global industry leaders.
With our goal of #makingtravelhappenagain, Africa Travel Week has joined forces with the South Africa is Travel Ready movement. Together, we are calling on all women in tourism to stand together as we lobby for the phased re-opening of our borders.
The mission: Submit one image of yourself (and/or staff) showing the message of #IAMTOURISM
We knew that people needed something to look forward to and dream about during lockdown, even though they had little money to spare on luxuries. We also understood that our clients needed to generate an income during a time when they couldn’t take bookings. The answer was simple; we needed to launch a voucher campaign accessible to Mount High’s audience while also profitable to the brand.
The pandemic has hit Africa’s tourism too hard. A crisis which is depriving holidaymakers of their holidays is depriving hosts of their livelihoods. The risks and challenges of permitting travel and tourism to reopen are large; governments have to balance the public health and unemployment risks. Harold Goodwin explores what we can do.
Verushka Ramasami is one of those people who has let her love and passion for travelling pave her career path. Despite feet now firmly rooted in sunny Durban, Verushka has travelled to over 25 countries but believes in not keeping count but rather creating memories and experiences to last a lifetime.