Africa Tourism Leadership Forum 2022 — ‘igniting intra-Africa tourism’

ATLF 2022 REPORT BACK

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Africa Tourism Leadership Forum
Programme Director Gaona Tlhasana welcoming delegates to the second day of the conference. (Source: Africa Tourism Leadership Forum)

Working together, forging partnerships, collaboration, to building sustainable tourism economies, and intra-Africa travel through intra-Africa trade led the agenda at the 5th annual Africa Tourism Leadership Forum 2022 (ATLF) held at the Gaborone International Convention Centre, Botswana, which took place from 24-26 October. 

By Irene Costa, editor of Business Events Africa.

The 5th ATLF received an overwhelming response from African countries and beyond, with 67 countries having attended, with a total of 650 delegates in person and over 2,000 virtual delegates on both YouTube and Zoom platforms over the three days. 

Themed, ‘Igniting Intra-Africa tourism through inclusive intra-Africa trade, partnerships and Investments’, ATLF 2022 provided a myriad of learning and discussion platforms, across, tourism investment, business events, travel tech, intra-Africa travel and marketing. 

Read the full article here.