Workshops designed to improve Hospitality service by featuring its stake holders, using innovation methodologies and engagements from locals for locals
The Workshop has been designed as a series of workshops that feature partners in hospitality industry to engage, discuss by using different methodologies including design thinking process to define the best way to serve local tourist, the aim of this workshop is to improve best practice of service and approaches of service delivery in hospitality industry. Safari Wallet invited a number of female and male guides to start with and a number of partners will be featured
To open a discussion and knowledge sharing that will empower guides’ skills and how they can serve the local tourists and beyond that. To show that there is a great opportunity with serving the local market, how we can understand the market and capture it.
You can not give a great tour experience to your client if you, yourself, aren't knowledgeable enough about the destination you are going to show the tourist. As guides, we should also create reasonably priced eye catching packages as well as be open to introducing destination testing to the local tourists.
Safari Wallet respects content creators as one of the content generated, we are using our platform to also display talents that can be used to impact the tourism sector; Rasheed Rasheed is one of the photographers that has been playing a role as photographer on this workshop, and the pictures that were used were created by him on the day of the event.
This page was designed by Safari Wallet - digital design person, and all content were written by a travel vloger (Jaqueline Yegella), who also happened to attend the workshop for the first time, Jaqueline she has interest on writing articles about travel and she has been doing this for a period of over 2 years. It was a pleasure to feature her in this article