The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) has been a leader in the venue hosting industry for the past 16 years, and now the convention centre has created events to add to its portfolio. The CTICC already has a collection of events planned for 2019 and 2020 including; The Gift Fair, a Francois van Coke concert and the All Sport Expo.
The Gift Fair’s promises guests a festive shopping experience on the Foreshore. Mark your calendars for 29 and 30 November 2019 and make your way to the CTICC for artisanal food, bubbly and cocktails while you shop for locally sourced curated gifts.
Francois van Coke will be performing a unique show for one night only at the CTICC on Saturday, 14 December 2019. This intimate evening will feature his two guitarists, Jedd Kossew and Richard Onraet, as Francois performs acoustic renditions of his most popular hits from his time as the frontman of Fokofpolisiekar and Van Coke Kartel, and as an award-winning solo artist. In between, he will regale his audience with the background stories of timeless classics such as ‘Toe Vind Ek Jou’, ‘Komma’, ‘Ek Skyn (Heilig)’ and ‘Tot Die Son Uitkom’.
The centre’s major event showcase is the All Sport Expo, set to take place in September 2020, and features virtually every indoor, outdoor and water sport. This expo is the perfect show for people of all fitness levels, offering something for everyone in the sports and wellness arena.
Innovation forms an integral part of the CTICC values, an ethos that allows the centre to retain its position as a leader in the industry. These events are a natural progression for the centre as it harnesses the existing skills as well as additional experts, all with varied backgrounds in the events, management and hospitality industry.
The addition of these events facilitates the growth of the centre’s business, substantially increasing the CTICC’s contribution to job creation through events.
The CTICC focuses on a triple bottom line strategy and reporting framework, a sustainable and inclusive business practice focused on people, planet and profit. Over the last financial year and with the addition of CTICC 2, the CTICC has generated 14 593 direct and indirect jobs, while substantially contributing to the Western Cape GGP and the South African GDP.
The inclusion of these events into the centre’s portfolio is set to maximise on the success of the CTICC, opening up potential business and numerous possibilities.
The Gift Fair takes place on 29 and 30 November 2019 and tickets are free, grab your online ticket here.
Francios van Coke’s concert is a one night only acoustic journey on 14 December 2019, get your ticket to see this exclusive show here.
Exhibitors interested in the All Sport Expo can contact the Sales Department, firstname.lastname@example.org, while visitors can keep a lookout for the ticket announcement.
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