South Africa’s Indaba shorter and sharper

By Natalia Thomson
The format of Durban, South Africa’s annual travel trade show, Indaba, will be revamped in 2013.

South African Tourism has decided to reduce Indaba from the usual four to three days next year, from May 11 to 13.

Indaba 2013 will be a shorter, sharper show, geared at giving visiting buyers easy access to the widest cross-section of the South African tourism industry.
 This is in response to delegates’ demands for a shorter, more impactful travel trade show showcasing Southern Africa.

Among the features at next year’s Indaba are speed-marketing sessions and an exhibitor workshop to discuss key tourism trends and industry updates with some of the world's leading travel experts.

For more information on the show and for details on how to register to attend, visit
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