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WTM Africa in Cape Town is a month away (3-5 April). Are you attending? Are you exhibiting? Are you going to be a fly on the wall and see how it all goes?
Would anyone be keen to meet up with TM Cape Town during the event? Would love to meet some of you in person soon!
Will definitely be there, please also see our meetup event. Do register and see you there. www.travelmassive.com/events/official-wtm-africa-networking-event-6167617562
Hi, yes I am. We are holding a workshop on how to tell a great story that sells your product or destination. The event will be hosted by yours truly and the dynamic actor and playwright Milton Schorr. It is a Travel massive led event. Hope you will join us. www.wtm.com/africa/en-gb/conference-programme/2023-programme/sessions-details.3186.183204.learn-how-to-craft-a-great-story-that-sells-your-destination-or-product.html
I am getting more excited as the days get closer for the Official Networking Event as well as this story telling event of yours Neil.
See U thereDont forget to tap into the AccessAbility talks with Tarryn Tomlinson - #Able2Travel #accessibilityforall @CulinaryTacticsGourmetTours
Awesome Karin! Thank you for sharing this, do also come to the Storytelling event on day 2, more details on WTM Africa program, or on the events section here on the TM site.
Looking forward to see you Lorraine
Is it Christmas pudding time yet?
NO MAN ONLY IN NOVEMBER i forgot you this year .. but i promise to keep you one this nov coming see you in CT
Looking forward to meet you Janine.
See you guys there / just lookout for the Ford Cortina on the left of the entrance passageway!
Will definitely be at the Wtm2023 super excited 🎉🎉#witzenbergtourism #wolseleyza
Looking forward to WTM
Good day everyoneI cannot wait to meet most of you in person tomorrow at the CTICC and at the networking event. I'm very excited about the WTM event tomorrow.
It's DAY ONE of WTMA!!!! Whoop Whoop!! How is it for you so far? Lessons learned? Have you seen any exhibitions worth raving about? Let's keep the rest of the community up to date!