Contributor Profile

Enver Duminy

Job TitleCEO

Company NameCape Town Tourism

About

Enver Duminy acquired his B.Sc. Degree in Computer Science and Mathematical Statistics from the University of the Western Cape in South Africa and is a qualified Microsoft Certified Professional and IBM Solutions Provider. Duminy has also finished his MBA through the Management College of South Africa. He started out his career working in the Information Technology departments of companies like IBM, Eskom and Nedbank and has worked as the Head of Operations at Integer Financial Services. 

In January 2010, a passion-driven career change saw Duminy join Cape Town Tourism as the Executive Manager of Tourism Services whereafter he was appointed as CEO in August 2013. To date Duminy has been involved in various ground-breaking tourism projects which include 2010 Fifa World Cup, partnerships of the global movement The Code and the responsible Pricing Policy for the tourism industry in Cape Town.

Duminy’s current focus as CEO of Cape Town Tourism is to work alongside his team and the stakeholders of Cape Town Tourism (including more than  1500 signed-up members), to find ways to address seasonality in Cape Town by combining innovation and agility. He is passionate about Cape Town, not only because it is his home town, but because of its blend of natural beauty, interesting history and diverse cultures. His vision is to peel back the layers that make Cape Town what it is today - a thriving metropolis at the tipping point of the African continent , recognised as a global challenger through tourism. 

Duminy lives in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town with his wife Karen and their daughter Grace. 

 

 

Conference Sessions

  • Water Security: An Urgent Issue for Business and the Community

    Tuesday10:15 - 11:005 Nov 2019
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    Increasing population, rising standards of living and climate change are long term trends which exacerbate the problem of ensuring that everyone has access to p...

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