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WTM Africa will go ahead as virtual event in April 2021

Posted 19 November 2020 · Add Comment

The World Travel Market (WTM) Africa has received the approval to go ahead in April 2021 as a live hybrid event.

The Next virtual WTM Africa will take place in Cape Town, South Africa from 7 to 9 April 2021.  Image of Cape Town from WTM

Organisers Reed Exhibitions said the event will deliver a significant ROI for exhibitors and provide a platform for live and virtual connection between tourism industry stakeholders engaged in bringing business to Africa. 

With two plans, Plan A will see meetings take place over three days, face-to-face, at the Cape Town Convention Centre (CTICC), with a fourth day dedicated to virtual meetings.

 

In the event of a COVID resurgence, Plan B will see the event go fully virtual over three days on the same dates, with various tailor-made event packages for exhibitors.

 

The Next WTM Africa will take place in Cape Town, South Africa from 7 to 9 April 2021 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. 

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