Discounted and Exclusive Professional Development Workshops Offered at CHIEF

CHIEF’s professional development sessions are priceless educational opportunities for all hospitality and tourism stakeholders to increase retention, challenge your leaders and rally your leaders-in-the-making. You will not find all of these three workshops offered anywhere else at these discounted rates, all under the same roof.  They will take place on Friday, September 30, 2016 from […]

Global Travel Experts and Local Award-Winning Hoteliers Line Up for CHIEF 2016

This year’s Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF) presenters include some of the industry’s biggest brands, including Marriott Hotels’ Diana Plazas, Vice President Brand, Marketing & Digital for Latin America & the Caribbean, as well as Veronica Stoddart, the former Travel Editor of USA Today who serves as Executive Editor in Residence at Percepture Travel […]

Get Ready to Share Your Best Practices with the Caribbean Hospitality Industry

You are ready to attend the 2nd annual Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF) on Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2016 at El Conquistador, a Waldorf Resort in Puerto Rico. Now, get ready to showcase your best practices in the areas of business operations, sales and marketing and sustainability at the industry’s most innovative educational […]

Save The Date: CHIEF Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2016 In Puerto Rico

Following last year’s successful Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF), we have scheduled this year’s event for Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2016 at El Conquistador, a Waldorf Resort in Puerto Rico. Get ready for more game-changing workshops and seminars that will change the way all hospitality professionals conduct business.

CHIEF Recap: Refurbish, Renovate, Retrofit

Written by OMB International Looking to Refurbish, Renovate or Retrofit your existing Hotel property? OBM International (OBMI), along with Aireko and Trust Hospitality provided their expert insight at the 1st inaugural CHIEF conference, speaking on whether updating your hotel stock should be categorized as an expense or a revenue generator. Read the full story >