Frank Comito, chief executive of the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association, reported that the region’s largest and longest-standing tourism marketing event had to date confirmed close to 500 delegates from more than 170 supplier companies.
The 2020 Caribbean Travel Marketplace has opened for registration. The Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association, producers of the Caribbean’s largest and longest-standing tourism marketing event, has started its countdown for the 38th marketplace.
The city, represented by COTELCO Cartagena, has become the organisation’s 33rd destination and the first commercial association to join the regional association in more than 15 years.
Breaking Travel News speaks to Carol Rose Brown, director of the Jamaica Centre for Tourism Innovation, at the Montego Bay Convention Centre during Caribbean Travel Marketplace 2019. She tells us how the cultural history of Jamaica plays a vital role in its contemporary hospitality offering.
Breaking Travel News speaks to Godfrey Dyer, chairman of the Jamaica Tourism Enhancement Fund, during the Caribbean Travel Marketplace. He tells us how experiential tourism will boost both visitor numbers and revenue for the hospitality sector on the island.
Speaking to Breaking Travel News during Caribbean Travel Marketplace, Pamela Ewing, regional marketing manager for the Turks & Caicos Tourist Board, tells us about how the hospitality sector is developing in the destination. On the agenda are new hotels, growing airlift and an ever-increasing number of guests.