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Viewing posts from : December 2019

SOURCE MARKET WINTER WEATHER FORECAST, CARIBBEAN WEATHER AND SARGASSUM FORECAST

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The Caribbean Institute for Meterology and Hydrology (CIMH), a CHTA and CTO partner organization, provides a quarterly forecast to help tourism businesses and policymakers identify and prepare for favourable or inclement climate conditions in the Caribbean and source markets, before they occur. This quarterly bulletin can inform strategic and operational decisions related to the use […]

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UNIFIED ACTION NEEDED TO BUILD RESILIENCE, SAYS TOURISM LEADER

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In the wake of a changing climate and its growing threats to the region, CHTA’s CEO challenged regional governments, organizations and residents to stand firm and work together to mitigate the growing threats to the region. He cited the most recent unprecedented natural disturbances, hurricane Dorian in the northern Bahamas and sargassum seaweed as the […]

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An interview with Amanda Hite, President of STR

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You have been STR’s president since 2011. What have been several of your proudest moments and greatest challenges? “This is a question that I could answer 50 different ways depending on the week you ask me. That is one of the exciting parts of my job and our business—there are constantly challenges and opportunities for […]

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APPEAL TO GROWING DIVERSE MARKETS PRESENTS REGION WITH TREMENDOUS UNTAPPED OPPORTUNITY

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Travel has now almost elevated to the ranks of being a God-given right, and all indications point to continued growth as incomes rise and the middle and upper-middle class grows, particularly in developing countries. Skift Research, drawing from data from the United Nations World Tourism Organization, estimated last May that over 500 million additional new […]

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