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Le Chateau | La Patisserie | Le Gourmet and The Pantry are open for business but also continue to deliver your orders ... WhatsApp them via +256 791 572701
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#WTMAfrica – Meet the Moderators of the Masterclass
ATW’s virtual Masterclasses launches in celebration of Tourism Month.
PART ONE: Redefining and attracting the post-COVID traveller
The first sessions of masterclasses will unpack who the travellers are that will travel again when restrictions ease. They will identify new target groups and by using examples and exploring case studies, show you how to attract these travellers to your destination or property.
Research supports the theory that social media has the power to sway travel decisions. 55% of people like social media pages related to trips they are planning. Get social media right, and you’ll be attracting your target audience in no time.
It’s an unknown world out there, but we can only live and plan as best as possible. To help us navigate the terrain of adventure tourism post-COVID, Jean Lim sat down with a legit adventurer, CEO and Tour Manager of Outdoor Activities in Romania, Dan Chitila.
Uthando is unique; it deserves to be replicated. They quote African proverb “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together,” is given prominence. Harold Goodwin, WTM’s Responsible Tourism Advisor interviews, James Fernie, Founding Director of Uthando about why he set up the organisation, his passion and what they have achieved.
Simone Bishop, owner of Alpha Embassy shares her unique way to continue communications with her large international client base while navigating no income and finding a way to constructively help communities affected by losing resources they so relay on – the support of the tourism trade – And, that is where Warrior500was born, a gruelling 500km foot trek.