The Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum will be held Nov. 29 to Dec. 1 at the Hilton Miami Airport Blue Lagoon.
The annual event, known as Chief and created by the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), draws Caribbean accommodation and attraction owners and management executives, hospitality product and service providers, government officials, students and others interested in the region’s hospitality industry.
This year’s theme will be “A New Era of Caribbean Tourism: Balancing Tradition, Technology and Community.”
“We want to emphasize the region’s commitment to embracing technology while preserving its rich cultural heritage and fostering strong community ties,” said CHTA president Nicola Madden-Greig, who added that the conference will tackle issues and opportunities that are most important to the region, setting a course for wealth creation, business success and sustainable growth.
The event was created to encourage hoteliers to invest in the development of their teams, offering multiple opportunities for advancing their understanding of trends and exposure to new products, services and methodologies in the industry. Over two days, delegates will be able to attend general and breakout sessions, a trade show and other activities to complement the core program.
For suppliers and vendors, Chief 2023 offers an opportunity to display products and services and engage in one-on-one interactions with hospitality business representatives.
Registration opens Aug. 8. The cost is $525 per attendee; additional attendees from the same company cost $425 each, and the cost for exhibitors is $995.
Visit www.chtachief.com for more information
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