Are trade shows relics of the past?
COVID slowly loses its grip on tourism businesses and you have to consider to get your marketing up and running again. Will trade shows have a place in it?
The most important travel trade shows for southern / east Africa have undoubtedly been ITB Berlin (Germany), WTM London (UK) and INDABA Durban (South Africa) as well as WTM Africa in Cape Town (South Africa).
But are trade shows relics of the past or do they deserve their place in tourism marketing? We like to have your opinion on certainly the most controversial marketing decision one can make after COVID. You can submit the following survey anonymously or give your name and email address to enter our lucky draw to win one of five two-year memberships to Africa Adventure.
The survey was closed on 31 October 2021 @ 24h00 and the results are available below.
Which category describes your business best?
Where is your business based / operated from?
Have you attended trade shows in the past?
In the past, how important have trade shows been for you in regard of:
In the past, how much of your marketing budget did you spend on trade shows?
Which trade shows have you attended as visitor?
Which trade shows have you attended as exhibitor?
Will you attended trade shows in the future?
How important are the different marketing channels for you after COVID?
Congratulations are in order! The five winners of a free two-year membership are:
- The Phatt Chef Roadside Diner and B&B, Oliviershoek Pass, South Africa
- Samanene Hotel, Mwanza, Tanzania
- Purple Haze Eco Lodge, East London, South Africa
- Kabwe Safari Lodge, Kabwe, Zambia
- Shikwari Bush Lodge, Hoedspruit, South Africa
Not a member of Africa Adventure?
If you provide quality services to travellers within the listed countries of sub-saharan Africa and agree to adhere to our code of conduct including relevant government & travel industry regulations as well as all statutory requirements you are welcome to apply for membership to Africa Adventure.