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SSouth African Tourism, the owners and hosts of Africa’s most widely represented trade show, INDABA, announced today that the early bird registration has been extended. Exhibitors now have until 30 November to sign their contract and pay 100% of the exhibition fees to benefit.

In addition, the rate increases for INDABA 2016 will be kept to a minimum with additional value –add package options and structure discounts on offer for exhibitors.

In its 32 years of existence, INDABA has grown to become one of the biggest tourism marketing events on the African continent. Staged in the coastal city of Durban, the tradeshow has proven to be a valuable business platform. Particularly for local and continental tourism product owners who are looking to do business with buyers who have been stringently vetted by South African Tourism.

The 2015 exhibitors saw a total of 1029 exhibiting companies at the show and were
frequented by 1595 international buyers from 66 countries. INDABA is a truly global tradeshow offering exhibitors from South Africa and the rest of the world a business platform to meet and do business with global buyers in one central venue.

South African Tourism has heeded the call from the industry to make participation as affordable as possible, and has extended the early bird registration. This, in addition to the other discounts made available, makes exhibiting at INDABA an affordable business generating opportunity.

INDABA takes place at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Centre from 7-9 May 2016.

To view the 2016 exhibiting structure or to take advantage of the early registration discount visit the INDABA website.

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