What is an Associate Member?
It is any company, organizations or individual within the tourism industry that supports the objectives of the Cape Tourist Guides Association.
Membership is granted provided that the Committee finds the applicant in good standing and it shows support for the Association’s ideas.
Benefits of being an Associate Member
Monthly invitations to members meetings at interesting and different locations every month (generally on the first Wednesday of the month)
Invitations to attend events, workshops and site inspections (no fees involved for Associate Members)
Access to all industry related issues and news that CTGA is involved in
Brand exposure to the tourist guiding sector in the following ways:
Your company will appear in our annual directory listed under “Associate Members”Advertising possibilities in the annual directory at a 10% discounted rate
Advertising on the website. We will create a banner and it will limit the member to one post per quarter (4 for the year)
One email per quarter (4 for the year) which could be in the form of a newsletter, promotion/special or any other information you would like to share with our member database
Opportunity to inform all our members of your product/attraction by:
o Being a guest speaker at the monthly meetings
o Hosting an educational event/site inspection and or workshop
o Networking with the guides within reason and within the Code of Conduct
Opportunity to be a sponsor at:
o Either a monthly meeting, satellite meeting or regional meeting
o Fundraising or social event
o Community projects where CTGA is involved
Use our social media platforms to promote your events and specials (CTGA will post) Maximum of 6 post will be allowed per year.
The cost of associate membership is R1500.00 per annum. Banking details
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch code: 02090900 (Thibault Square)
Account no: 070013470 (Current Account)
· Please email proof of payment and the application form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
· The annual membership fees are discretionary and may change at the end of a financial year.