First Virtual Conference to discuss African Aviation, Tourism and Hospitality Announced


Never has the use of digital platforms and tools have been an absolute necessity than this unprecedented time when then the world has come to a grind to tackle the novel coronavirus.

The Travel and tourism sectors perhaps have been offered a fine opportunity to de-risk, reinvent and incorporate other disruptive elements to make tourism better.

The spot light in this very different situation is on Africa’s tourism, aviation and hospitality industries to begin the conversation towards not just recovery but how to stimulate when it is safe to travel and start the sector’s activities.

It is in this context that Bench Events and AviaDev Africa have teamed up to hold the maiden virtual conference to bring the industry together and discuss how to get the sector going.

On the 21st July 2020, the Africa Tomorrow conference will be featuring 6 hours of essential insights delivered by 100+ speakers, networking opportunities with thousands of your industry peers, live video-meeting functionality and a virtual expo where you can meet some of the most innovative industry brands.

The event will unite leaders across all sectors and what’s more it is FREE to attend for all Africans and Africa based businesses.

The proven platform will offer stage sessions, live networking including one to one video meeting functionality, an exhibition area and much more.

VoyagesAfriq Travel Media as a media partner will be hosting a session during the conference and topic and panelists in the coming days will be unveiled.

Click the link below to register for the event

Register here


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