Lynnqwinda Scott is a skilled webmaster and offers a remarkable diversity of creative and technical services to her clients.
“I’ve built my career in a variety of roles and industries, mostly in large groups of companies where I was not just coordinating, but also manager, developer, marketing whiz, designer and media expert. I’m also a fanatic for visual storytelling and design.”
Lynnqwinda has actively been promoting the tourism industry through her #keeptourismalive campaign. Her love for the continent of Africa is evident.
Q&A with Lynnqwinda Scott
How did the idea for your business come about?
I started to promote wine tours in Worcester, De Doorns, Ceres, Tulbagh, Rawsonville and Breedekloof and I sold my tour bus. After that I kept promoting tourism with my #keeptourismalive [campaign] and will be launching a brand-new website in early 2022.
How did you come up with the name for your company?
I want people to come and see my beautiful Africa. I’m very proud of the beautiful continent we have.
Who is your ideal customer and why?
My focus will be family-friendly travel.
Why do you offer the very best experience for your customers?
I try and keep my images on Instagram as real and authentic as possible. I don’t make any money out of what I do. I promote my travel experiences in support of tourism.
What is your greatest hope for your business?
I saved money for over two years to pay for my MBA and Master’s Degree specialising in the tourism industry. I want to invest my skills and knowledge into the industry.
What has been the most satisfying achievement in your business?
Being a Google guide with over 4.5 million views of my photos and over 60 000 views of my reviews.
What advice would you give to other entrepreneurs who want to get into tourism?
Reach out to your community.
Share your surroundings via social media.
Get active by offering walking tours for locals.
If you could have a do-over, what would you do differently?
I would have loved to have a pop-up in the V&A Waterfront with two shuttle tours that run daily between Cape Town and the Breedekloof. I also own the Instagram page: Visit The Breedekloof