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This Week at Atta HQ
Good morning and hello from a sunny Durban! (Let us hope it remains sunny for the rest of the weekend...) Before I continue on, I wanted to give you all the SA mobile number we are currently using: +27 (0) 762 867 677. Please do call me if you are travelling and need a hand.
We are nearly ready to welcome you all to Indaba, and I have spent this week busily going to and from the ICC in Durban to check on various things. All of the badges have been collected; all of the wine has arrived; all of the flags are flying. We are prepped and raring to go, with all the final discussions talked over and arrangements for the networking dinner, sponsored by the Kenya Tourist Board, all done.
We have just 15 tickets remaining for this function - once they're gone, they're gone! Book here using password wildlife. You have until 5 pm Durban time today to secure your place at our event of the year! For more information (including details of the fantastic raffle prizes), go here.
WTM Africa concluded on Saturday - I very much enjoyed meeting those of you that I did see, and we had a successful time on the stand. It is too early to tell the exact outcome yet, and I'm sure we will have more insights for you in due course.
Nigel and a large number of our members finished at We Are Africa last night. I have heard only a small amount back, but I hear this has gone very well, and we will tell you more about this in another edition of the Atta news.
This week we announced a few important things that you may have missed. I would like to highlight our medical news, which can be found here, as well as the unfortunate notification that we have had to cancel our Arusha networking event (more information here).
We did open bookings for the East Africa Seminar to be held in Nairobi on the 3rd of June - more information and details on how to book can be found here.
With the usual flow of emails and news halted by the vast number of you travelling, I have had to scour the web for our members news and have been coming up short. This would be the perfect time for those of you who are on the quiet side or not attending Indaba to let us know what is going on! Have you got a new team member? Sold your first trip to a new country? Hosted someone famous? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know!
That's all from me for today, and as Lina is currently on a plane and Nigel also travelling, it's a rather one-sided piece of news from us!
Coranda - email@example.com