Published on : Friday, October 21, 2016
The 41st Annual World Tourism Conference will take place in Kigali next month, confirmed by the Africa Travel Association (ATA). The conference will take place from November 14-17 and will be attended by African leaders, international investors and travel professionals, where they will discuss how tourism can be used a tool for economic growth and create jobs across the continent by using cutting-edge business models, technologies and partnerships.
Rwanda boasts of excellent infrastructure with wonderful tourism attractions for this event. Kigali is always well-liked by visitors and the government is working with Corporate Council on Africa for successful completion of the event. The conference will be a wonderful platform to network and explore new tourism markets and products and also promote Africa’s rich cultural heritage and wildlife. African tourism is a $44 billion industry and this conference will be the first time ATA’s flagship conference is hosted under CCA leadership.
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