Ethos has deliberated a lot over the last few years about the benefits of individual properties exhibiting at consumer shows. How do you track the success of such shows and how do you determine which ones to do?
On hearing I would be taking a small group of journalists to South Africa for a week … I was torn. Torn between being totally excited to be staying in some of the country’s top boutique hotels or the simple pleasure of getting a rare full night’s sleep. As mum to 3 boys (including 2 year old twins!) a full night’s sleep sounded like a major highlight.
Ethos Marketing continues to look for new and innovative ways of how to promote our clients products to the UK travel industry. A one-on-one meeting is always useful, but in order to get to a slightly wider audience in limited time we sometimes arrange special events.
Having boarded our plane in Cape Town both Paul and I expected to leave the sunshine behind us – but oh no – on arrival into George airport it appeared that the sun wanted to come too! Excellent. This was my first time to the Garden Route and I was very excited. Particularly as I was to be staying at The Manor House at Fancourt! How decadent.
The meal at Mange Tout was amazing. We had some incredible food on this trip, but this meal was probably the most memorable – especially the Chocolate Fondant!
Ethos Marketing in conjunction with South African Airways have organised an afternoon of tea and scones at one of Britain’s most luxurious hotels, South Lodge Country House Hotel in West Sussex.
Golf Digest South Africa has announced its rankings of the Top 100 golf courses in South Africa for 2011 – awarding The Links at Fancourt the coveted first place.