Republic of Cameroon Is going to Host ATA’s Annual Congress

The ATA – Africa Travel Association – announced that the republic of Cameroon is going to host the 38th annual World Congress. The responsibility of the Congress is t bring together hundreds of professionals and leaders from the business, government and nonprofit sectors to promote the tourism development to Africa from all around the world.

Edward Bergman, Executive director of ATA said that “ATA is so excited to partner with its longtime valuable member Republic of Cameroon in bringing tourism professionals who are looking forward to do business in Africa and delegates will have a great opportunity to learn about the new industry trends, explore the newest potential products of the country and build new connections to expand business. “

The Annual event of ATA in Africa offers a unique learning, networking and agenda-shaping platform for diverse group of sellers and buyers. Participants include industry professionals representing the tourism board, tourism ministers, conference and incentive operators, travel agencies and tour operators, hotels, airlines and the travel trade media. Other participants from the academic, corporate and nonprofit sectors are expected to attend the event along with the leaders of Africa.

Delegates will have the tremendous opportunity to explore the products of Republic of Cameroon (you have already learned that) which includes eco tourism products for growth and an abundance of cultural and natural resources with strong cultural heritage. They will also have the opportunity to learn about the new hotels and their offerings. Pre and post congress trips can also be available.

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