WTM Africa: Best for biz
Cape Town boasts of many award-winning beaches and World Heritage sites. Cape Town is also the Official Host City for World Travel Market (WTM) Africa.
Nestled in the heart of South Africa, Cape Town is a premier urban tourism and business destination with much to offer local and international visitors.
“We are delighted to announce that Africa Travel Week (ATW) comprising International Luxury Travel Market Africa (ILTM Africa) Incentives, Business Travel and Meetings Expo Africa (IBTM Africa) and World Travel Market Africa (WTM Africa) has once again received the full backing and support of the City of Cape Town. WTM Africa 2015, which will be held over 3 days, is set to encompass Africa’s inbound and outbound markets for general leisure travel, luxury tourism, and the MICE/business travel sector. The partnership between WTM Africa and City Of Cape Town is a valuable and strategic one, which aims to develop the success of WTM Africa as well as ILTM Africa and IBTM Africa.” said Exhibition Manager for WTM Africa Sheree Simpson.
“In Cape Town, we pursue an enabling environment that would make it easier to do business in our city. Tourism, be it through events, business trips or leisure stays provide that opportunity to explore the business side of the city in the naturally wonderful setting that is Cape Town,” said Councillor Garreth Bloor, Mayoral Committee Member for Tourism, Events and Economic Development in the City Of Cape Town.
The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is the ideal venue for conferences, exhibitions, trade shows, concerts and other large-scale events. Situated at the foot of one of the world’s most iconic mountains, in the heart of South Africa’s vibrant and welcoming Mother City, CTICC’s undeniable charm is exceeded only by its professionalism and versatility. Offering flexible venues, world-class facilities, and professional staff, CTICC is designed with great experiences in mind.
On-site five-star accommodation completes absolute convenience; while easy access to Cape Town’s visitor attractions means CTICC is far more than a venue. Apart from the two auditoria seating 1500 and 620 delegates, the centre boasts of over 11,200m² of flexible exhibition space and a 2,000m² Grand Ballroom with magnificent views of the city.