INDABA 2014: Africa’s top Travel Show

INDABA 2014, Africa’s Top Travel Show, is around the corner and this year’s event is set to be the largest yet.
INDABA is one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar and one of the top three ‘must visit’ events of its kind on the global calendar. The three-day trade event is expected to attract well over 13,000 delegates from the travel tourism and related industries internationally.
Held in the picturesque coastal city of Durban, South Africa, INDABA will take place at the  Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre (Durban ICC) and Durban Exhibition Centre (DEC), from 10th to 12th May, 2014.

Aside from South African exhibitors, this year will see many other countries showcasing at INDABA for the first time. The Kenyan delegation includes 46 exhibitors including KTB, KATO, The Serena Hotels, Kempinski and Hemingways Hotels – which are expected to showcase some of the best hospitality Kenya has to offer.

This year’s INDABA will also see new exciting aspects like the Tech Zone, Business District, and returning favourites like INDABA Connect; which are all expected to lend new perspectives to an evolving travel industry.

The INDABA Tech Zone will explore the power of digital technology and how it’s moving the tourism industry forward in Africa. Aside from Tech Exhibitors who will showcase exclusive digital tourism products and services that are unique to Africa, 6 Tech Talks speakers form around the world will also be sharing their insights on the travel trade.

For those interested in inking deals, the Business District will feature The Meeting Hub, which will allow buyers to explore and meet exhibitors without first setting an appointment – a perfect opportunity for buyers to meet their desired exhibitors and create meaningful connections with no hassle. The VIP section will also host premium exhibitors in exclusive meeting suites to facilitate interactions and connections with buyers from across Africa and beyond.

For more information, visit INDABA 2014 here.


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