Travel/Tourism

Tourism key to addressing Caribbean's employment challenges MIAMI (November 22, 2016) - The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) is aiming to deliver high quality, affordable training support to its members with a renewed emphasis on "people development". CHTA President Karolin Troubetzkoy announced the creation of a "People Development" initiative aimed at building upon successful educational programs.
News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Nov. 18, 2016: Let’s face it – 2017 is almost here and for many across the US, it will mean the dreaded long, dark days of winter that follows the Holidays. But it does not have to be.Expedia is offering up several Caribbean hotel deals that are sure to make you beam like a ray of sunshine into the New Year. So here goes.
News Americas, LONDON, England, Fri. Nov. 4, 2016: Mixing business and politics is regarded in most countries as unacceptable because of the conflict of interest it creates. The issue becomes particularly acute if the politician concerned not only seeks to link his campaign to his commercial interests, but also, seemingly oblivious to the implications, then insults a significant proportion of his potential market.
MIAMI (November 10, 2016) - The leadership of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has extended its congratulations to the new President-elect of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump. "Tourism is a common thread which binds the Caribbean and the United States, generating employment, entrepreneurial activity and foreign exchange for our region while contributing significantly to U.S. exports and economic activity," said CHTA President Karolin Troubetzkoy and CEO Frank Comito in a joint communiqué to the President-elect.
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