4th Africa Youth in Tourism Innovation Summit, Windhoek, Namibia offers marketing opportunities

(Posted 13th July 2022)

Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Exhibit at the 4th Africa Youth in Tourism Innovation Summit, Windhoek, Namibia. 

Africa Tourism Partners, Namibia Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, and its Partners are calling upon stakeholders in:
Travel and Leisure Tourism and Hospitality.
Art and Craft.
Training and Learning Institutions.
Clothing and Accessories.
Manufacturing.
Toys and Novelties.
Information, Technology (I.T) and Aviation.
Culinary / Indigenous Groups.
Beverages.
Business / Parastatals

to exhibit at the 4th Africa Youth in Tourism Innovation Summit. 

APPLICATIONS CLOSE 20 JULY 2022. NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED


Exhibition Details:
Date: 26 – 29 July, 2022

Venue; Safari Court Hotel and Conference Centre, Windhoek, Namibia. 

Dimensions: 3mx3m

Fee: at ONLY N$ 200.00/ $12.50/ R200.00/ Pula 149.67

The Summit will host pre-invited 350 physical attendees and 1200 virtual attendees.

Book Your Stand Today!

T & C’s Exhibition space will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. 
All applications will be reviewed and only successful applicants will be notified via email.
Final approval of stalls is at the discretion of the organizers and reserves the right to refuse applications.

Register to Attend the Innovation Summit

14 Days to Go – Do not miss out on the opportunity to be part the one and only Pan-African Youth Tourism start-up

The Summit serves as an exclusive gathering for innovative enthusiasts in travel, tourism, and MICE looking for a partnership, market access, mentorship, career guidance, and development as job creation opportunities. Similarly, the platform provides an opportunity for the youth to present their projects to the global marketplace to find the required technical, funding, and mentorship support.

Read More About Our Speakers and Partners Here!

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