Published on Saturday, June 26, 2010

Cape Town Tourism CEO to be interviewed live on Vision Webinar This Week

LAST CHANCE FOR FREE OFFER - Internet Mega-event to include contributions from friends of sustainable tourism from all over the world including Jo Baddeley of Thomas Cook and Mariette du Toit Helmbold CEO of Cape Town Tourism

FREE for first 100 registrants

The second of the series of Sustainable Tourism Report Suite webinars is to take place on 2nd July 2010.

It will include informal interviews with major innovators in sustainable tourism from around the globe.

This is certain to be a sellout event.

Make sure that you are entitled to priority booking by emailing [email protected] with the subject line "2nd WEBINAR PRIORITY"

Make a date for 2nd July 2010 07.00 PDT, 10.00 EST, 15.00 BST, 16.00 CET 20.30 India,
The Sustainable Tourism Webinar Series (Global spread, 2nd July, 6th August, 3rd September, 1st October and 5th November) includes


  • Find out more about sustainable tourism opportunities
  • A series of highly illuminating 60 minute sessions
  • Webinars on variety of sustainable tourism topics including marketing, certification, carbon markets, green hotels, sustainable destinations, carbon neutral destinations, sustainable tour operating
  • Full cast of top speakers and thinkers for each webinar
  • Opportunities to question, engage and network
  • Full follow up process

The webinars are limited to 200 participants to ensure full opportunity to engage in the question and answer sessions. Each webinar costs £10 per person per webinar,

Sustainable Tourism Masterclass and webinars are supported by Innovation for Sustainable Development Center

 Get a free seat at the first webinar - email [email protected] NOW


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