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  • Travel and Tourism Media Insight Forum: Why are media relationships so crucial to destinations?

    Monday10:30 - 11:1506 Apr 2020
    Big Ideas Stage

    A comprehensive guide to how media and destinations can work together -  through times of crisis to a rebranding campaign to changing destinations perception. T...

    • Language: English

  • A snapshot of African Tourism and beyond

    Monday10:30 - 11:1506 Apr 2020
    Global Stage

    Headlined by industry role-players, this panel will explore what is in store for African Tourism

    • Language: English

  • Crisis Communications for the Tourism Industry

    Monday12:30 - 13:1506 Apr 2020
    Global Stage

    A proper tourism crisis communication plan you can activate when any crisis happens can make or break your business or destination. From social media trolling t...

    • Language: English

  • From the summit of Everest to the front line of conservation; How a powerful design-led campaign is educating people about the devastating impacts of the African elephant ivory trade.

    Monday12:30 - 13:1506 Apr 2020
    Big Ideas Stage

    Founder of How Many Elephants, Holly Budge, will share her journey of creating an award-winning campaign and founding a charity. She will share insight of worki...

    • Language: English

  • How to harness the power of communities (for your travel brand)

    Monday13:30 - 14:1506 Apr 2020
    Global Stage

    More than ever, communities matter in a world of change. We'll take a look at some popular travel communities (including Travel Massive), and examine how they g...

    • Language: English

  • Success in tourism is much more than knowing your product

    Monday14:30 - 15:1506 Apr 2020
    Global Stage

    Knowledge of your travel product is no longer the only key to success. There are many more ingredients that need to be added to ensure a sustainable and winning...

    • Language: English

  • Expanding tourism beyond the already well-known tourist attractions – a case study on Khayelitsha

    Monday14:30 - 15:1506 Apr 2020
    Big Ideas Stage

    The focus of DMO’s is no longer exclusively on the traveller, but on the city itself and the numerous different qualities that it offers to locals and visitors ...

    • Language: English

  • Strengthening the competitive capabilities of tourism SMEs: Seeza Tourism SME Network’s 4P Approach

    Monday15:30 - 16:1506 Apr 2020
    Big Ideas Stage

    Positioning for international business acquisition can be a challenging task for  SMEs and yet it's a critical success factor for their ability to sustain and g...

    • Language: English

  • The latest trends in gastro tourism

    Monday16:30 - 17:1506 Apr 2020
    Global Stage

    Gastro tourism is about much more than just enjoying a good meal, a pint of beer, or a glass of wine during a trip. It is a way of immersing ourselves into the ...

    • Language: English

  • Satisfaction to delight is not good enough to encourage repeat visitors

    Monday16:30 - 17:1506 Apr 2020
    Big Ideas Stage

    Torres and Kline believe that customer satisfaction is no longer able to obtain loyal customers and profitable operations. In addition, standard amenities and o...

    • Language: English

  • East Africa open for travel

    Tuesday10:30 - 11:1507 Apr 2020
    Global Stage

    Is MICE the new battle ground in East Africa for a share of the available business? What impact do the new national airlines have on traffic flows and tourism p...

    • Language: English

  • The Socio-Economic Effects of Cultural Tourism

    Tuesday12:30 - 13:1507 Apr 2020
    Global Stage

    Until recently, economists have been reluctant to rely on culture as a possible determinant of economic phenomena. Much of this reluctance stems from the very n...

    • Language: English

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