The attendance of the CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board, Alain St.Ange, at the Seychelles Investment Forum held in Johannesburg, South Africa, as part of a large Seychelles delegation, won the attention of South Africa’s popular TravelRadio station which covered his presentation in full during the forum.
The Seychelles Investment Forum was held at Johannesburg’s Greystone Sun Hotel on July 22 and 23 and attracted over 100 potential investors in the country who came to listen to several speakers from different sectors of Seychelles’ economy, make presentations, and then engage the audience in pleniary sessions and one-on-one meetings.
South Africa’s TravelRadio has aired several times over and is set to continue, during the course of the week on www.travelradio.co.za where the insert was broadcast, with the coverage of the presentation at the Seychelles South Africa Forum delivered by Alain St. Ange.
Travel radio listener numbers are impressive with some 4,500 people listening to news of Seychelles in a one-month period with additional numbers also checking the station’s Facebook page.
“Philip Mare of TravelRadio is a keen follower of Seychelles’ news,” stated St. Ange, “and we are highly appeciative of the coverage his station has given us over recent months, which has helped to spread the word about Seychelles to a wide audience and create the visibility we need to succeed as an industry.”
Philip Mare, the Producer at the Travel Radio was personally at the Seychelles Investment Forum and he has been covering in great detail the tourism part of the forum.
Travel Radio from South Africa has been inviting listeners the world over to log in on www.travelradio.co.za and http://www.live365.com/stations/travelradiocoza and follow the Seychelles Investment Forum held last week in Johannesburg South Africa. The Travel Radio of South Africa has been working closely with the Seychelles Tourism Board and has been regularly posting tourism news. They also interviewed Alain St. Ange recently when he transited South Africa last month. The Seychelles Tourism Board has been leading the way in working close to press from the four corners of the world to increase visibility of the islands.