Africa As Premier Travel Destination

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The Seminar, being hosted with the support of the New York Times Travel Show 2008, will provide a unique opportunity to showcase Africa and its 53 nations as the next premiere tourism destination and a site for investment and business exploration in the travel industry.

[Business: Travel]

 

The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) and the Africa Travel Association (ATA) with the support of The New York Times Travel Show 2008 are pleased to invite you to participate in the first U.S.-Africa Tourism and Sports Seminar: “Making Africa The World’s Next Premiere Travel Destination.”

The Seminar will be held February 27-28, 2008 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York. As leaders in the business of promoting Africa and trade and investment opportunities on the continent, CCA and ATA are combining their resources to host this unprecedented event.

The Seminar, being hosted with the support of the New York Times Travel Show 2008, will provide a unique opportunity to showcase Africa and its 53 nations as the next premiere tourism destination and a site for investment and business exploration in the travel industry.

More than 200 representatives from the public and private sectors and travel industry in Africa, North America, Caribbean, Europe, and Asia will convene to discuss Africa as a leading travel destination and hear from expert panelists who will focus on topics such as sports and tourism, infrastructure development, traveler perception, real estate, investment, sports marketing, tour operation, airline and hotel development, and travel trends in Africa.

Don’t miss your chance to learn more about investment opportunities in one of Africa’s next fast-track industries—tourism and sports.


For more information and to register please visit www.africacncl.org.  Hosted by The Corporate Council on Africa and The Africa Travel Association with the support of The New York Times Travel Show 2008

 

 

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