Cape Town Tourism and the City of Cape Town signs three-year agreement

 Friday, August 16, 2019 


This week, Cape Town Tourism and the City of Cape Town have signed a three-year agreement. Cape Town Tourism will deliver visitor services, tourism marketing and special tourism projects on behalf of the City of Cape Town for benefitting the local tourism industry.


As a voluntary non-profit organization with a membership base of almost 1 500 businesses boasting of the city’s top attractions, accommodation providers, tour operators, restaurants, airlines and wine farms, it places Cape Town Tourism in a unique position to represent the broader industry.


In recent months, Cape Town Tourism has undertaken a number of major initiatives, to attract more travellers to the city. The launch of the most recent curated tourist routes in Khayelitsha is an example of this.


The City’s Mayoral Committee member for Economic Opportunities and Asset Management, including Tourism, Alderman James Vos, said that the three-year agreement provides Cape Town Tourism with a period of continuity to focus on and carry out areas of the revised Tourism Development Framework (TDF).


Julie-May Ellingson, the Chairperson of the Cape Town Tourism Board said that they are aiming to work with all role players in this sector to build on Cape Town’s excellent reputation and deal with the challenges concerning this important sector.


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