SUSTAINABLE TOURISM PROGRAMME
WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE TOURISM?
Sustainable tourism is defined as “Tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of host communities”.
Oribi believes there is a need to recreate the landscape of tourism in South Africa, and we want to start with you! If you have a business in the tourism sector that you believe fits the definition of “Sustainable Tourism” or would like to transform your tourism-related business model to be more responsible, consider applying for the program, starting in September.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Any individual with a social impact enterprise or an innovative business idea.
WHAT DOES THE ORIBI INCUBATOR OFFER?
Being part of ORIBI Village means having access to:
• Collaborative and tailored workshops
• Personalized follow-up and support
• Mentorship provided by a team of dedicated experts
• A co-working space in the heart of Cape Town
• Access to a wide network of entrepreneurs, corporate and investors
• Free access to ORIBI weekly events.
This is an 100% free program with a 4-month commitment to your project and the incubator. You will
have the opportunity to learn the best tips and tools to scale up on your project. You will also have
access to an incredible network of entrepreneurs and organizations interested in sharing knowledge
and resources around social innovation.
FROM FARM TO FORK
Resource & Waste Recovery
Preparation & Consumption
Markets & Purchasing
Distribution & Aggregation
The challenges in the South African food system are driven by broader factors including availability, access, affordability, advertising as well as food quality. ORIBI Village & The Southern Africa Food Lab are teaming up to create the first tailor-made incubation programme supporting & connecting entrepreneurs, organizations and innovators working toward a more sustainable and equitable food system.