Gee. Dee. Pee. Ahr.

24 May 2018

UPDATE: While we have been having fun and meeting agents, partners and friends during Indaba, Conservation Lab and We Are Africa, our inboxes have been flooded with emails asking us to stay subscribed!  Here's our take:
 
Gee. Dee. Pee. Ahr.
No, not pirate language, and we know you've read several notices about this, but we ♥ this new regulation. It has forced us to relook at our policies and how we manage your data. Nobody likes unsolicited emails, and we couldn't be happier about the EU's General Data Protection Regulation.

So, we pour our hearts and brains into our emails. But if sweetbread and cannibalism ain't your thing, then we respect that. No hard feelings. UNSUBSCRIBE HERE.  If you ♥ our Sales Tips, UPDATE YOUR DETAILS HERE (they don't literally contain our hearts or brains). And if you are too busy no action required and you will keep getting our updates.
 
New: PRIVACY and COOKIES (first you dunk it then you eat it, where's the milk?).
 
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And while I have your attention, here is my quick update on the past few weeks of trade shows:
  • INDABA — Brilliant. This is a show from the grassroots up and we have the most fabulous variety of quality meetings. We urge you to consider this for next year. Our stand area together with ATTA will be more interactive and inclusive.
  • CONSERVATION LAB — Though provoking. This weekend get together had lively, debate, discussion and key learnings.  Conservation is not only for gung-ho guys in camo, we all have a role to play and I urge a wider group from the travel industry to partake. For our trade partners - send more guests to more remote areas.
  • WE ARE AFRICA — Good connections. As always a very solid show to meet our key contacts from all over the world.  Well done to the Beyond Luxury team for pulling this off again.
Stay tuned for more weekly inspiration from Africa! Sustainable Africa

Suzanne

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