Sat Asia Roadshow Dates Announced
“South African Tourism has always placed a special focus on growing and enabling the Chinese, Japanese and Korean markets. As more and more travellers from China, Japan and Korea are choosing to travel to South Africa, SAT is constantly engaging with the Asian trade and media to build, sustain and further develop our relationships and engagements with our key stakeholders in each country,” said Bradley Brouwer, Regional Manager Asia Pacific South African Tourism.
Bouwer said the roadshow provided an ideal platform and opportunity for trade partners from China, Japan and Korea and South African suppliers to interact with each other and identify mutually beneficial areas of collaboration in growing tourist numbers to South Africa.
“The registration procedure has begun and we are receiving encouraging responses from our South African suppliers and the Chinese, Japanese and Korean travel trade,” concluded Bouwer.
For more information on the Japan and South Korea leg, contact Yuka Kondo, South African Tourism, on Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the China and Greater China leg, contact Lisa Hu, South African Tourism, on Email: email@example.com