- Rwanda to host Africa Hotel Investment Forum in 2016
- Cape Town Expresses Interest to Create Link with Ethiopian Cities & Promote Tourism
- Roadshow in Brazil, 22 – 23 September 2015 (1)
- Zimbabwe gears for tourism resuscitation
- Gambia Tourism sets dates for exciting Roots Homecoming Festival
- Kenya tourism attracts another airline
- Nairobi boasts East African conferencing and tourism networking
- Uganda Ministry of Tourism tackles wrong perceptions about tourism
- South Africa- Sports and Events Tourism Exchange
Illegal use of logo Beacon Safaris Kenya
Nairobi 00200 Kenya
It has been brought to our attention that Beacon Safaris are displaying the Atta logo, and possibly other associations, illegally on the home page of their website. Logos denoting membership of or approval by an organisation may be legitimately used to promote business interests in the market place. Their misuse however, deliberate or otherwise, resulting in a commercial advantage by unfairly acquiring business may result in action being taken by this association.
Beacon Safaris are not members of this association Atta (The African Travel & Tourism Association) and are illegitimately perpetrating membership of a tourism trade association to which they do not belong
Atta’s policy where its logo has been displayed without authorisation
Because we know the value of membership and what the Atta’s and other tourism trade association logos symbolize, we are committed to cracking down on companies that are illegally displaying tourism trade logos.