As Jamaica’s tourism sector continues to boom, Spanish Hotel and Resort owners, with thousands of rooms in Jamaica highlighted labour, worker housing, agriculture and infrastructure as crucial focus areas for the sustainable growth of the sector in coming years at a breakfast meeting under the Inverotel umbrella, an association representing Spanish Hoteliers and Operators, with Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett and other tourism officials in Spain’s capital city, Madrid on Friday (January 20).
In a major boost to its operations, the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre (GTRCMC) and Mastercard have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to strengthen cooperation on tourism innovation. The signing took place during FITUR, the largest tourism trade fair in Spain, between Co-Chair of the GTRCMC and Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett and Senior Executives of Mastercard.
Iberia will showcase at FITUR some of the main novelties that its customers will be able to enjoy this year. The airline’s 600m2 stand will offer large-scale experiences to its visitors and will also include a meeting space in which several agreements, mostly with Latin America, will be signed.
Under the new brand “Guatemala. Amazing and unstoppable” the Central American country will be a FITUR 23 Partner at one of the most important editions of the International Tourism Fair, which, organised by IFEMA MADRID, will be held from 18 to 22 January 2023 at the Spanish capital’s Trade Fair Centre, and in a context marked by the acceleration of world tourism activity.
The International Tourism Trade Fair, FITUR 2023, will be held from 18 to 22 January at IFEMA MADRID, an edition that once again demonstrates the strength of the sector, with an estimated growth of 15% in all its parameters,
The 43rd edition of the International Tourism Fair will take place from 18 to 22 January 2023. Organisers are looking towards this upcoming edition with a very positive outlook, backed by the acceleration of tourism activity and the resilience developed in its past editions with the significant institutional and sectorial endorsement.
Jamaica minister of tourism, Edmund Bartlett, has signed a memorandum of understanding with his Spanish counterpart as the Caribbean destination continues to rebuild its hospitality sector.
IFEMA, Madrid’s trade fair body, has signed a collaboration agreement with Spanish State Railways, Renfe, within the framework of the International Tourism Trade Fair, FITUR, in order to extend the programme of special discounts that the railway company offers exhibitors and visitors to the fairs, conferences and other activities staged at Feria de Madrid.