Mon Apr 11, 10:00 - Mon Apr 11, 17:00
Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)
Better understand and successfully reach the LGBTQ+ traveller
EQUAL Africa, in partnership with International LGBTQ+ Travel Association (IGLTA) brings together travel suppliers, buyers and media as well as lifestyle brands targeting the LGBTQ+ community. You’ll hear from influential people who can pass on some great lessons, enabling you to avoid the mistakes of brands who have ‘superficially’ tried to break into the LGBTQ+ market. Engaging in several educational sessions brings all of the debate about LGBTQ+ travel to the table.
The LGBTQ+ community are fighting for something that non-LGBTQ+ travellers have always taken for granted. Belonging. The ability for an individual to choose where in the world they feel like they really belong has always been the privilege of those who conform. Discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression is an all-too-familiar reality for those in the LGBTQ+ community.
At EQUAL Africa, we bring together leaders from the travel & lifestyle sectors to light the way through education, engagement and connections. With brands, advisors and press making up our EQUAL community, this is where you can develop your business strategies, expand your LGBTQ+ understanding and connect with your like-minded peers.
It’s a big beautiful world of longing and belonging and we’re proud to invite you to join us.
View the programme here.
Engaging in several educational sessions brings all of the debate about LGBTQ+ travel to the table. Open your mind to the realities of LGBTQ+ tourism with our in-depth programme, exploring everything from attracting the LGBTQ+ customer to safety and security concerns.
Who should attend?
- Travel professionals focussing on the emerging LGBTQ+ traveller
- Venues focussing on the emerging LGBTQ+ traveller
- Companies that directly supply the travel LGBTQ+ industry in Africa
- Entrepreneurs looking to conduct business or showcase their products/services to the LGBTQ+ traveller