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African Development Bank
Check this site for links to all of Africa.

Corporate Council on Africa Business Summit,
Baltimore, June 21-24

Corporate Travel Conference,
Vancouver, Canada, May 1-3

Adventures in Travel Expo
One of many venues involving Africa Travel Magazine in 2005 in major cities of USA and Canada.

Entrepreneurship in Africa: A Study of Success
by David S. Fick
Book Description:: Entrepreneurship in Africa is a study of those entrepreneurs who have achieved success, wealth, and fame by organizing and directing a business undertaking in Africa. It is a story about successful entrepreneurs who have assumed risk in pursuit of profit, who have tried to conform to ethical business standards and who have tried to contribute to the economic development and improve the natural environment and the education, health, and welfare of their community and nation. The philosophies underpinning their economic success and their endeavors to improve their communities have been included whenever correspondence with the entrepreneurs related them. This book is a journey through the economic world of Africa. It is a search through Web sites, books, newspapers, and periodicals for entrepreneurs who have been successful in Africa, for the projects and policies that improve their road to opportunity, and for expert commentary on the best ways to accomplish the economic and social development of Africa. It is a self-educating dialogue through personal meetings, letters, e-mails, and phone calls with interested parties in Africa and around the world on the future well-being of the people living and working in Africa. It is meant to encourage a dialogue so that knowledge and ideas may be exchanged with the goal of improving Africa and the world. I hope that, by doing this, Africans and those who observe the region can learn from past mistakes and current successes and build a peaceful and better society for all of Africa's people. See our ATA website for more. www.africa-ata.org/african_enterprise.htm
Email: To contact the author:
mailto:whlgeagle@aol.com

African Real Estate Projects, and Vacation Properties for Sale
Time Share or Lease: Send us information and news releases on this key topic. For your information, here is a comprehensive Real Estate site in South Africa: http://www.mxp.com.au/megasa.htm

Internet use growing: According to a recent survey, there was a total of 1,266,000 Internet users in South Africa at the end of last year. This figure includes dial-up subscribers, corporate users getting access through work, and those gaining access through academic institutions.

Channels of Interest: A Fork in the Road
A Powerful new Television Series worth saving on tape.


Speakers Bureau to promote African Trade and Tourism in North America at events and via mass media
Africa offers an exciting range of business, investment and tourism opportunities. That's the positive message Africa Travel Magazine's new Speakers program wants to communicate in cities across the USA, Canada, and the Caribbean. The initial effort is being generated through our media combination, Africa Travel Magazine and Web Site. However, nothing beats personal contact, and numerous opportunities await us year round at Africa Travel Association events and others.

For membership and events, contact: Africa Travel Association,
ATA Head Office: 347 Fifth Avenue, Suite 610, New York, NY 10016 ,
E-Mail: africatravelasso@aol.com . Tel: (212) 447-1926, Fax: (212) 725-8253

CCA and Africa Action Plan
The Blair Commission for Africa Solicits Corporate Council on Africa to Provide U.S. Private Sector Input; Recommendations to G-8 African Action Plan. First time a G-8 chair seeks formal consultation with the private sector; Representatives of the Blair Commission on Africa and U.S. businesses will share information for Africa's future development. The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA), the U.S. non-profit organization promoting trade and investment between the U.S. and Africa, will convene 30 of its members from the U.S. private sector and senior representatives from the Blair Commission for Africa on Thursday, January 6 to discuss Africa's development &endash; sector by sector. More->

Barter or Trade for Services
Details on barter arrangements and contacts for barter exchange is being produced. If you have property, products or services to barter, please describe in detail and send request to airhwy@dowco.com

Great News for American Business Travelers visiting Kenya
In an effort to boost tourism, Kenya has lifted VISA requirements for US citizens visiting Kenya for 30 days or less. Visa requirements are also lifted for those from Canada, Japan, Austral, New Zealand and several European countries. Safety concerns kept visitors away after the bombing of the US embassy in Nairobi . Also some travelers avoided the region after eight foreign tourists were killed in a safari park in neighboring Uganda. For information contact this magazine africa@dowco.com

New Internet Domains
ICANN, the authority that governs global Internet domain name system, has approved seven new domains extensions, in addition to .com, .net and .org. These new extensions are the first new global Internet domains approved by ICANN in over a decade. For a complete summary of what these new domain extensions are, go to http://www.NewDomainExtensions.com

Advertising and Circulation Opportunities with Africa Travel Magazine and Travel Road Shows
Self employed agents required for several sectors of the USA, Eastern Canada and most African Countries. No investment, excellent rate of commission and support at major events, including a program of Eco-Adventure Tourism "Road Shows" and Educational Seminars in Africa, the USA and Canada. Contact us at africa@dowco.com





Problem Solvers
An Important New Section will appear soon on this site.

Have you heard about the growing problem with the theft of bank cards from visitors at overseas banks? It's bigger than you may think - and it won't go away. We are asking our readers worldwide to help identify these and other serious situations that can totally ruin a vacation or business trip. Our ATA members and this magazine's regional correspondents will describe situations and seek solutions. Write a letter to:
Africa Travel Magazine
347 Fifth Avenue, #610
New York, NY USA 10016
Fax 212-447-1926
Or e-mail
airhwy@dowco.com
with your item or comments.

Francophone Business Partnerships & Opportunities "Frankly Speaking " by M. Goufrani

Ethioexpo: Virtual Trade Show of Ethiopian Products and Services. http://www.ethioexpo.com/

Canadian and US Business Partnership with Africans. Check our Aviation and Travel Magazine Web Site.
Africa Travel Magazine and its 4 partner publications share the
Air Highways site which has over 350 pages on its own. The combination offers over 700 web pages.

30,000,000 African American Market . David Saunders of Washington DC. Latest on US-Africa Investment and Travel


Building Bridges Between Developed and Emerging Nations
"Prejudices about a country or its people can best be removed by visiting the place." The stone walls of prejudice and indifference are crumbling fast, as vast areas of the world, such as China, Mongolia, Arabia and much of Africa open their doors to tourism. Small wonder today's need for solid partnerships and workable action plans has become front and center.

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ATA Event History

1976 - Nairobi, Kenya
1977 - Abidjan, Ivory Coast
1978 - Sousse/Monastir, Tunisia
1979 - Tangier, Morocco
1980 - Libreville, Gabon
1981 - Lusaka, Zambia
1982 - Lome, Togo
1983 - Cairo, Egypt
1984 - Banjul, The Gambia
1985 - Nairobi, Kenya
1986 - Atlanta, Georgia, USA
1987 - Douala, Cameroon
1988 - Harare, Zimbabwe
1989 - New York, NY, USA
1990 - Casablanca, Morocco
1991 - Cairo, Egypt

1992 - Cote d'Ivoire
1992 - Saly / Dakar, Senegal - First Ecotourism Symposium

1993 - Lusaka, Zambia
1993 - Best of Africa: USA Tour

1994 - Accra, Ghana
1994 - South Africa - 2nd Ecotourism Symposium

1995 - Nairobi, Kenya, 20th Anniversary
1996 - Windhoek, Namibia

1996 - Marrakech, Morocco- 3rd Ecotourism Symposium

1997 - Cotonou, Benin

1998 - Arusha, Tanzania

1999 - Accra, Ghana

2000 - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
2000 - Abuja, Nigeria- 4th Ecotourism Symposium

2001 - Cape Town, South Africa
2001- Yaounde, Cameroon - 5th Ecotourism Symposium

2002- Conakry, Guinée
2002 - Fez, Morocco - 6th Cultural and Ecotourism Symposium

2003 - Lusaka and Livingstone, Zambia
2003 - Zanzibar, Tanzania -
8th Cultural and Ecotourism Symposium
2003 - Dar es Sallam, Tanzania -2nd Africa Conference on
Peace Through Tourism

2004 - Douala, Cameroon
2004 - Kampala, Uganda - ATA 8th Ecotourism Symposium

2005 - Lusaka, Zambia- Second Africa Conference on Peace Through Tourism
2005 -
Nairobi, Kenya - 30th Jubilee Congress More->

2006 - Accra, Ghana

 

 

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