Q2B Solution is an ALL-IN-ONE solution for venues in Africa, it is locally developed and very affordable venue management solution.
It will help you manage your Events, Weddings, Conferences, Functions, Activity bookings, Shows – Ticket sales, Accommodation bookings with awesome and easy to use online functionality to public. In the solution we also have reporting, automated feedback, Registration links for guests, Online payment option, integration with POS, Maintenance reports, Forecasting and paperless Gate control.
We even incorporated easy Mailing Marketing for venues to advertise events, packages and special offers. It is really the ALL-IN-ONE solution for venues to manage their venues effectively and affordable!
SATSA is a member-driven credibility association that strives to set the highest standards in the Tourism Industry. We strive to maintain our three key qualities in all of the work we do: credibility, value and authority. Using a SATSA member provides peace of mind for those who seek to do business with credible tourism partners. Members undergo a strict registration process and are required to sign and agree to abide by a Code of Conduct
The Tshwane Tourism Association (TTA) is a section 21 Not For Profit Company registered in 2001, coordinated by the private sector, to promote tourism in the "City of Tshwane Metropolitan Area", hereunder referred as the "city". The TTA is an umbrella association in Tshwane disseminating information and connecting business, government, residents and visitors on tourism related matters.
Tourism Friendly is an Internet Booking Engine website in partnership with Q2B that is dedicated to the tourism industry promoting tourism destinations, accommodation, activities, conferences etc in the respective provinces in South Africa. The site allows prospective guests to couch surf in the comfort of their home or office and book directly with you the supplier with the click of a button.
Tourism Friendly is a company that’s slogan describes it all...
“Putting the smile back into Tourism”