Officials are gearing up for the fourth annual Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum that’s slated for June 22 to June 24, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency in Miami.
The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) announced that plans are set for the top regional gathering where unity and innovation will be examined as central factors to fuel the growth of the region’s bread and butter industry.
CHTA president Karolin Troubetzkoy said after a challenging close to 2017 following the impact of September’s hurricanes, it was important for industry stakeholders to get together and share ideas to stimulate the growth of the hospitality sector for the remainder of 2018 and beyond.
“As we meet under the theme of ‘Unite and Innovate’, delegates will learn from each other, break the molds and set a new normal for the industry,” she asserted, adding “you really need to be there to connect with people and ideas which simply can help you to improve your bottom line while innovating and contributing to the competitiveness of the region’s leading economic sector.”
CHIEF is a critical educational platform for regional hoteliers, industry professionals and allied partners where best practices are shared.
“Professional development and connectivity with peers continues to be the number one reason why our members attend CHIEF,” said Troubetzkoy, who looks forward to benefiting from and contributing to the various sessions during the summer conference.
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