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On Show Solutions in partnership with Turismo Chile and Inprotur Argentina will be hosting workshops in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town on June 11 to promote the destinations to travel professionals.

Both bodies are on an aggressive drive to promote their respective destinations but are also focusing on building and enhancing their partnerships with local outbound tour operators, travel agents and media.

Workshop specifics:

Johannesburg at Montecasino Ballroom from 15h45-19h15
Durban at the Elangeni Hotel from 13h00-17h30
Cape Town at The Table Bay Hotel from 11h15-14h45

Sessions will initially focus on B2B partnerships with local outbound tour operators, followed by travel agents and media partners who will be able to learn more about the respective areas through local operators, suppliers or the tourism bodies themselves.

RSVP to Tumi (tumi@onshowsolutions) should you wish to reserve your space on any of the above workshops.

One lucky participant also stands to win the trip of a lifetime.


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