The recently established Angola – South Africa Chamber of Commerce and Industry known as CACIAAS met with Tim Harris, CEO, Cape Town and Western Cape Tourism, Trade & Investment (Wesgro), to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU), encouraging the sharing of business support services between Angola and the Western Cape.
In a joint statement with WESGRO, the official tourism, trade and investment promotion agency for Cape Town and the Western Cape, Marriott International revealed how the region is open for business.
Cape Town and Western Cape travel and tourism industry heavyweights have given assurances they are open for business and forging ahead with plans for tourism growth following management of the area’s drought crisis.
Western Cape’s wine tourism sector could further unlock its earning potential with information supplied by digital data that analyses computationally algorithm, to reveal patterns, trends and associations.
Western Cape’s tourism industry has shown significant growth, making the sector a lucrative business, despite drawbacks such as the ongoing water impediment.
Much like other successful tourist regions such as Southern California and Western Australia, South Africa’s Western Cape is among the world’s most water-scarce areas.
Water-saving campaigns aimed at tourists have been launched, as tourism arrivals are predicted to increase drastically this upcoming festive season throughout the Western Cape.