As we bid farewell to our much-loved Sales Manager Sophie, we’re also welcoming a brand new Head of Sales to our in-house tribe: Lianne Kelly-Maartens.
Watch our video capturing the vibe of this year’s show, feel the FOMO, and then make sure it doesn’t happen again by registering your interest to attend We Are Africa 2017 – because applications are now OPEN!
We Are Africa’s top 25 rated buyers for 2016, as voted by the tribe!
SPARK talks, team talks and meeting of minds signify the start of the new ‘un-conference’ model for the Conservation Lab 2016.
Feeling peckish? Here’s where to head for top treats on the We Are Africa show floor.
Join us and Afro-pop trio Beatenberg for tonight’s Closing Party at Grand Café & Beach!
Relive our inspirational 2016 Conference speakers on video: Emmanuel de Merode, Jochen Zeitz and the Young Africa Panel.
Discover the pitchside pick-me-ups available at We Are Africa for 2016.
Jen Murphy is joined live on the We Are Africa floor by three individuals who are all dedicated to telling very different, very real stories of their various destinations.
We catch up with Keith Vincent, the CEO of Wilderness Safaris, live from the We Are Africa show floor.
Take a journey through modern Africa with our on-site gallery of photographs Made In Africa.
Create your story Made In Africa with the new and improved We Are Africa 2016 app!
For the 2016 We Are Africa Conference, we’re excited to introduce two speakers and a panel of African influencers who will be telling their stories Made In Africa.
We Are Africa 2016 Conference speaker Jochen Zeitz tells us about how he has been inspired by Africa and what to expect from his talk.
Wilderness Safaris’ Chief Marketing Officer and We Are Africa guest blogger Chris Roche tells us how this year’s Made In Africa campaign resonates with him…
Virunga National Park’s Director, Emmanuel de Merode, on why tourism is the key to securing its future.
Last year, we told the world that Africa is Not One Story. This year, let’s talk about who’s telling the stories.
Keen to live up to the high expectations set by past performances from the likes of Freshly Ground and Goldfish, We Are Africa has another toe-tapping, shape-busting line-up for our 2016 edition.
There are only a few days left before applications close for the We Are Africa Innovation Awards 2016 – if you think you’ve got what it takes to make this year’s shortlist, apply now!