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Go.See.Do. South Africa

Go.See.Do. South Africa is a companion tool for smart travellers and, via digital and physical display options, points visitors to a wide range of options of places to GO, things to SEE and activities to DO in South Africa.

Distribution Territory and Channels

Go.See.Do. South Africa has 19 franchise regions throughout South Africa and the company offers both digital and display options for advertisers.

Digitally, advertisers have the option of having national or regional listings. These listings are supported by social media feeds and video content.

There are 3,500 own-branded brochure display sites consist of a variety of units ranging from wall-mounted boards to freestanding, rotating icons. There are options for physical brochures for visitors to take, contactless DigiScan Cards for visitors to scan or virtual brochures activated by a QR code.

Typical display sites include 100’s of tourist accommodation venues (resorts, hotels, guest houses and superior bed and breakfast establishments), tourist information centres, game farms, boating excursions, action and adventure activities, car rentals, forex outlets, selected retail outlets, airports, bus stations, filling stations and restaurants. There is no other competitor in South Africa with a similar national footprint.

Go.See.Do. South Afric covers all 9 provinces - The Western Cape, Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu Natal, Free State, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West and Gauteng. Their display sites are hosted in every major town and city including Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Pretoria, East London, Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein and throughout the Garden Route.

Products and Services

Go.See.Do. South Africa was established amidst the Covid-19 pandemic in July 2020. Go.See.Do. South Africa was previously trading as Brochure Management South Africa (BMSA), which was established in Cape Town in 1995.

Today Go.See.Do. South Africa consists of a network of 19 independently owned franchises displaying over 19 million pieces of tourism and travel-related information on 3,500 strategically located display boards countrywide. Additionally, Go.See.Do. South Africa has an online ecosystem directed at both the local and international visitor markets. They have online platforms configured for any digital device and designed as the first stop for savvy travellers who are looking for local visitor information.

Their display and distribution business offers options for physical brochures for visitors to take, contactless DigiScan Cards for visitors to scan or virtual brochures activated by a QR code. Their system is very flexible, and they can work with a defined budget, a set number of brochures, a specific geographic region, specific site categories or any combination of these. N.B.: Their display business involves the physical display of visitor information on their own-branded boards – they DO NOT do knock-and-drop, loose inserts into publications or have people handing out brochures on the street.

Digitally, advertisers have an option of having national or regional listings, featured articles and regular online advertising on the Go.See.Do. South Africa website. Social media feeds and video content support these listings. Additionally, they offer Curated posts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube
and TikTok. There are also options to be included in a Monthly Newsletter that has distribution throughout the trade.

Today Go.See.Do. South Africa can assist their clients with all aspects related to the design, display, distribution and printing of brochures as well as social media postings, digital design, videography, photography and video editing.

Go.See.Do. South Africa is also able to do bespoke projects with any digital and/or print related visitor material, including, but not limited to: Websites, Social Media, Apps, Brochures, Booklets, Maps, Guides and Custom Magazines.

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