Africa Travel Week
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Africa Beat Elevating African Travel in Australia

In a bold stride towards bridging the gap between the Australian travel industry and the enchanting allure of Africa, Africa Beat stands as the continent’s exclusive travel trade publication, captivating the attention of over 15,000 subscribers since its July 2023 launch.

Dedicated solely to Africa, Africa Beat is an indispensable resource, offering the latest insights, reviews, features, interviews, and sales tools meticulously crafted to empower travel agents in promoting African holidays to their clients. With a keen eye on providing up-to-date news and invaluable content, Africa Beat has swiftly cemented its place as Australia’s go-to publication for everything Africa.

With its engaging weekly e-newsletter, Africa Beat serves as an essential conduit for the Australian travel industry, delivering a rich tapestry of content that goes beyond mere updates. Anchored by a blend of news, enticing travel deals, and insightful reviews, the newsletter offers a comprehensive snapshot of the ever-evolving African travel landscape.

Regular News and Updates

Africa Beat ensures its readership stays ahead with the latest developments in African travel. From new destinations to emerging travel trends and updates on key tourism initiatives, the newsletter delivers a steady stream of current affairs tailored for the travel industry’s discerning eyes.

Monthly Features

Focus On: In this immersive feature, Africa Beat zooms in on a specific African country each month, offering an in-depth exploration. Packed with comprehensive details, it serves as an invaluable sales tool for travel agents, providing a treasure trove of information to pitch to potential travellers.

Get To Know: Introducing key figures within the African Travel Industry, this feature highlights influential personalities, their roles, and insights on collaboration opportunities. It serves as a bridge, helping industry professionals forge partnerships and connections across continents.

Dedicated MICE Feature: Catering to the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Events sector, this fortnightly feature is a comprehensive guide to hosting events across various African destinations. From venue suggestions to logistical details, it offers a roadmap for businesses seeking to organize successful events in Africa.

Through these meticulously curated monthly features, Africa Beat aims not only to inform but to empower travel agents, industry professionals, and enthusiasts alike. By providing a deep dive into countries, fostering connections within the industry, and catering to the specific needs of event planners, the e-newsletter serves as a trusted companion in unlocking the vast potential of African travel experiences.

The publication’s meteoric rise to success lies in its commitment to fostering a deeper understanding of Africa’s diverse landscapes, cultures, and experiences. By keeping the travel industry abreast of the continent’s evolving tourism landscape, Africa Beat serves as a beacon for agents and travellers seeking to unravel Africa’s myriad charms.

In a testament to its dedication and influence within the travel sphere, Africa Beat proudly announces its media partnership with the prestigious 2024 Africa Travel Week. This collaboration underscores the publication’s pivotal role in shaping the dialogue around African travel experiences, fostering partnerships, and driving the industry forward.

“We are thrilled to be a part of Africa Travel Week as a media partner,” says Kate Webster, Editor-in-Chief of Africa Beat.

“It’s an opportunity to further elevate the conversation around African travel, connect with industry leaders, and showcase the continent’s diverse offerings.”

The partnership with Africa Travel Week serves as a platform for Africa Beat to amplify its mission, offering a comprehensive lens on the vibrant tapestry of African adventures while fostering meaningful connections within the travel community.

As Africa Beat continues to evolve and inspire a deeper appreciation for African travel among Australians, its partnership with Africa Travel Week heralds a promising future, promising more enriching experiences and invaluable insights for both industry professionals and adventure-seeking travellers.

Africa Beat celebrates its rapid ascent in the Australian travel industry and highlights its pivotal role as a conduit for showcasing Africa’s splendour while emphasizing its significant collaboration with Africa Travel Week in 2024.

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Africa Travel Week

Africa Travel Week (ATW) focuses on inbound and outbound markets for general leisure tourism, luxury travel, LGBTQ+ travel and the MICE/business travel sector as well as travel technology. Shows include: ILTM Africa, WTM Africa, EQUAL Africa, ibtm AFRICA, Travel Forward, Sports & Events Tourism Exchange and African Tourism Investment Summit.