Special focus on SMEs at SA Tourism Indaba

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Cape Town - A total of 90 small businesses or “Hidden Gems” from around South Africa have been selected to receive expert coaching ahead of their sponsored debut at Indaba in Durban in May, courtesy of the National SME Market Access project.

This initiative is funded by the National Department of Tourism through its Tourism Incentive Programme and is being executed by SA Tourism in partnership with the Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (Satsa).

It is aimed at broadening the variety of tourism products on the market while upskilling and empowering black-owned small enterprises operating in this sphere, explains SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona.

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