INDABA 2015: More Than 400 Exhibitors Already Registered

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Over 400 travel and tourism products and services have applied to exhibit at Africa’s biggest and best established travel tradeshow. They include the widest variety and depth of African travel products from both the private and public sectors of the industry, which is why Indaba celebrates the exhibitors as the show’s core differentiator.
Among the companies that have already confirmed their exhibiting space at INDABA are: andBeyond; Fair Trade Tourism; the Tanzania Tourist Board; The Blue Train; Tourism KZN; Hilton Worldwide; MalaMala Game Reserve; Cape Town Tourism; Tsogo Sun and British Airways (operated by Comair).
Nomad Africa Magazine welcomes each INDABA 2015 exhibitor. Indaba is nothing without the passion, commitment and professionalism of every single one of its exhibitors. Their warm and welcoming spirit literally forms the heart and soul of the show, and as a team are solely responsible for driving Africa’s tourism industry forward.Indaba is nothing without the passion, commitment and professionalism of every single one of its exhibitors.
INDABA takes place at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre, from May 9 to 11 2015.
For more information on INDABA 2015, go to www.indaba-southafrica.co.za/

This article was written by KRISTIE OMAR

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Born in Zimbabwe and living in South Africa, Miriro is a seasoned publishing editor and writer, having worked with leading brands in investment, business leadership and entrepreneurship. Passionate about Africa’s development, Miriro is also a dynamic marketing consultant with 10 years experience working with startups and large multinational corporations. With a heart for travel, Miriro spends her time discovering the nooks of crannies of Africa’s hidden gems, taking the roads less travelled, meeting the beautiful people and enjoying their food and culture. She enjoys tackling complex strategic challenges in the passion-to-entrepreneurship pipeline, particularly focused on the implications of 4th Industrial Revolution and workforce automation on Africa's travel and tourism industry. Miriro is currently the Managing Editor of Nomad Africa magazine.

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