DO NOT MISS OUT, BOOK NOW. We’re Jamming! Join Us on the 25 November 2022

An interactive panel discussion tackling issues affecting our tourism industry. Hear from a host of industry- and association leaders, including Minister Mireille Wenger. Hosted by Velani Mboweni (CEO & Co-founder of LULA), join us as we unpack topics such as ease of business, energy challenges, safety & security, transport and air access.

Friday 25 November
3pm for 3:30pm
Roxy Revue Bar, GrandWest
Followed by socials in Jackson HallSpeaker Program:

Welcome by Angela Lorimer | SAACI WC Chair & Lead Chair JAMMS
Minister Mireille Wenger | Minister of Economic Opportunities in the Western Cape
Wrenelle Stander | CEO of Wesgro
Alderman James Vos | Mayoral Committee Member for Economic Growth, City of Cape Town
Cllr Mzwakhe Nqavashe | Portfolio Chairperson for Safety & Security, City of Cape Town
David Frost | CEO of SATSA
Glenton de Kock | CEO of SAACI
Wahida Parker | Chair of Cape Town Tourism
Lee-Anne Singer | Chair of FEDHASA Cape
Fiona Angelico | International Skäl Councillor SA

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In the spirit of gratitude, let’s pay it forward by bringing a small gift for a vulnerable member of our community. We would appreciate donations such as non-perishable food and toiletries that will be used by Tehillah Community Collaborative in the great work they do. Thank you.

The Joint Association Member Meeting Sessions (JAMMS) is a gathering of tourism industry bodies that focus on the ease of doing business in the Cape.Cape Town Tourism | FEDHASA | SAACI | SATSA| Skal | Wesgro


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