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Breaking news. Atta's 500 member
Atta breaks through the 500 barrier!
Atta reached a significant milestone today as Tswalu Kalahari*, in South Africa, became our 500th member. The Atta family has grown substantially in the last few years. 50% of Atta members are buyers, 41% suppliers and 9% tourism facilitators. In 2013 Atta goes “global” with events of all kinds not only across Africa in Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, South Africa and Zimbabwe, but as far afield as China, Hong Kong, Brazil, Norway, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland.
As membership fees have only risen by £195 in 15 years, our income stream is limited and we rely heavily on our many sponsors who make your association viable. We are very grateful for their support. A big thank you too, to our Chairman and directors for their time and guidance and to our very small,hard working team Bella, Lina and Silvia at Atta HQ.
To find out more about Atta in 2013 register for today's Webinar at 14.00 GMT Thursday 6th December
If you are unable to attend the scheduled Webinar and would like to learn more, please register anyway and we will send you a link to the recorded session once it is available.
Nigel Vere Nicoll CEO.
*Tswalu Kalahari offers two luxurious lodges in South Africa’s largest private game reserve, covering an area of over 100,000 hectares and is owned by the Oppenheimer family.