EVERYONE FALLS FOR ZAMBIA

 

In June 2017, Kamageo launched the Zambia marketing Group - a private sector marketing initiative fully backed by Zambia Tourism Agency. This followed a highly successful UK roadshow sponsored by ZTA. On a limited budget, Kamageo strived to re-awaken interest in the destination for both travel professionals and the general public.

  • First major campaign in the UK for many years.

  • New campaign - Everyone Falls for Zambia

  • UK Roadshow delivered 130% v target

  • ITV's Good Morning Britain live from Victoria Falls

  • Increase from 4% - 17% consumer desire for Zambia
  • Renewed interest from the trade

  • Trade Resources Site launched

  • The new Bradt guide from Zambia created

  • A first-ever digital campaign launched.

  • 3-D Victoria Falls seen by over 250,000 UK-ers

ITV's 'Good Morning Britain' live from Zambia
UK roadshow delivered 130% of buyer target
250,000 people saw 3D Vic Falls on social media
Stylish new simplified destination guides
New ad campaign "Everyone Falls for Zambia"
Major PR campaign generated £££'s coverage
Special edition Bradt Guide book published
Zambiatourism.co.uk microsite
Unique media events created significant interest
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EDITORIAL COVERAGE

In our first year of ZMG, we successfully beat our target for editorial coverage in UK travel publications. This year, we've done it again! Here shows our figures for the last two years:
 

Year 1 (2017-2018) - £2,561,317.47  

 

Year 2 (2018-2019) - £2,884,925.56

 

As you can see from year 2018-2019 we have increased our Zambia coverage by 13% and in year 2019-2020 we predict an 20% increase in coverage.

ZAMBIA ON ITV

Kicking off the second year of ZMG with a splash, on Monday 25th June Andi Peters appeared broadcasting live from Victoria Falls on Good Morning Britain. It was the beginning of a 2 week Zambia promotion that spanned across ITV's morning television. The coverage included footage from the Falls themselves, game drives in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, boat cruises and water activities on the Zambezi River as well as a visit to The Elephant Cafe, representing the country as the prime safari destination we already know it is.

Over the two weeks, this generated a massive £2,500,000 of media coverage for Zambia! Many of ITV crew also shared their Zambian experience on their own social media accounts, including Andi Peters, which in itself proved really valuable exposure for Zambia.