With Southern Africa 360’s recent expansion they have appointed two new staff members to join their growing team! Taryn Myburgh has joined the team as their Marketing Administrator and Pascale Melissen has joined as an additional Inbound Travel Consultant.
The new Marketing Administrator, Taryn Myburgh, joined the Southern Africa 360 team in September 2018 as a Digital Marketing Intern to gain valuable experience in the industry and has since been promoted to Marketing Administrator. In June 2018 Taryn completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing Management after previously completing a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Marketing Management through the IMM Graduate School of Marketing.
Taryn has a passion for travel and exploring new countries. She has been fortunate to travel extensively abroad as well as within in Africa. She will be responsible for all things Marketing related at Southern Africa 360 and is looking forward to growing with the Southern Africa 360 team and creating engaging and informative online content across social media platforms and on the website.
The newest Inbound Travel Consultant, Pascale Melissen, is the team’s Namibian and Responsible Tourism expert specialising in the Dutch and our growing Europe market. Pascale was born in Amsterdam and moved to South Africa 16 years ago. She has been working in the tourism industry since 1990 and has been working with Dutch agents for many years as an Inbound Travel Consultant. Pascale believes Southern Africa is the most beautiful area in the world. She is looking forward to working at Southern Africa 360 and providing excellent service and expert advice. Pascale will also be working to create innovative new Namibian and Responsible Tour packages into Southern Africa to add to the current packages offered. Pascale supports responsible and sustainable tourism and feels it is our responsibility to save the footprint we have in South Africa for future generations and creating jobs for locals in tourism to empower them. Her motto is: “Once you get African sand in your shoes you will always want to come back!”