CTO conducts meetings in St. Martin for advancement of regional tourism sector

CTO Secretary-General Dona Regis-Prosper (center in white attire) with Caribbean ministers and representatives in Saint-Martin last week. Second from right is CTO Chairman Kenneth Bryan, Minister of Tourism and Ports, Cayman Islands.

In a recent series of business meetings held in Saint-Martin, the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) successfully brought together tourism ministers, directors, and key stakeholders to engage in constructive dialogue. These discussions were centered around addressing the current challenges and identifying innovative solutions to further elevate the Caribbean as the premier global destination for warm-weather tourism.

Led by Secretary-General and CEO Dona Regis-Prosper, along with Cayman Islands Chairs Minister of Tourism and Ports Kenneth Bryan and Director of Tourism Rosa Harris, the CTO’s leadership is actively shaping a comprehensive action plan.

This strategic initiative aims to tackle vital issues impacting the region, including the enhancement of aviation, fostering effective communication networks, and bolstering training programs within the tourism sector.

Looking ahead, the CTO’s agenda is brimming with significant events aimed at advancing these strategic objectives. Among them are the Sustainable Tourism Conference (STC) in Grenada this April, Caribbean Week in New York in June, and the forthcoming State of the Tourism Industry Conference (SOTIC) scheduled for September in the Cayman Islands.

Copyright 2012 Dominica News Online, DURAVISION INC. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or distributed.

Disclaimer: The comments posted do not necessarily reflect the views of DominicaNewsOnline.com and its parent company or any individual staff member. All comments are posted subject to approval by DominicaNewsOnline.com. We never censor based on political or ideological points of view, but we do try to maintain a sensible balance between free speech and responsible moderating.

We will delete comments that:

  • contain any material which violates or infringes the rights of any person, are defamatory or harassing or are purely ad hominem attacks
  • a reasonable person would consider abusive or profane
  • contain material which violates or encourages others to violate any applicable law
  • promote prejudice or prejudicial hatred of any kind
  • refer to people arrested or charged with a crime as though they had been found guilty
  • contain links to "chain letters", pornographic or obscene movies or graphic images
  • are off-topic and/or excessively long

See our full comment/user policy/agreement.

Post a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

:) :-D :wink: :( 8-O :lol: :-| :cry: 8) :-? :-P :-x :?: :oops: :twisted: :mrgreen: more »

 characters available