Google and South Africa sign a deal regarding the tourism sector. In an effort to promote South Africa as a top travel destination and support the industry with digital training, the country’s Department of Tourism and Google signed a cooperative agreement on Monday.
According to a statement posted on the nation’s official website, Patricia de Lille, South Africa’s minister of tourism, and Alistair Mokoena, country director for Google South Africa, signed the agreement in Cape Town.
The statement stated that the main objective of the partnership is to use Google’s technological know-how to assist the Ministry of Tourism in promoting South Africa as a top travel destination. “The partnership aims to enhance tourism experiences and sustainability by facilitating knowledge sharing, skill development, and the use of digital tools.”
According to the statement, Google wants to help the ministry carry out its mandate by giving access to its industry-beneficial projects and programs in South Africa.
De Lille made the following statement in the statement: “This visionary partnership between Google and the Ministry of Tourism focuses on non-monetary exchanges to leverage each party’s strengths for mutual benefits.”
According to the release, Google will offer training programs for digital skills to South African individuals and businesses as part of this extensive partnership. It will also showcase the nation’s tourism attractions and cultural legacy to the international community.
Google and South Africa sign a deal regarding the tourism sector