St Kitts: St Kitts Tourism Authority attended the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s 10th Tourism Human Resources Conference. The conference was attended by Ellison “Tommy” Thompson, Chief Executive Officer, and Joanne Bedminister, HR and Operations Manager.
The aim of the conference was to provide an exceptional networking platform and showcase the offerings of St Kitts and Nevis. It serves as a great platform where connections with like-minded people and stakeholders are being built.
Besides this, the conference also helped in fostering invaluable collaborations with the global market and enhanced the tourism offerings of St Kitts and Nevis. By exchanging industry best practices, innovative ideas and success stories, the tourism authority will enhance the country’s operations.
It is also aimed to position the industry at the forefront of the evolving tourism landscape by merging human capital with emerging technologies.
While paving the path to sustainability, the tourism industry of St Kitts has been making efforts in a regenerative form of tourism. The government has been making efforts to invest in the development of human capital. It is essential to respect the local communities and the environment, and the agenda is outlined in the conference.
Further, their attendance at the CTO’s 10th Tourism Human Resources Conference marked the commitment of the government of St Kitts and Nevis to making efforts to improve the situation of the tourism industry. It will also ensure the sustainable growth of the Caribbean tourism industry through empowered human capital.
The Caribbean Tourism Organization’s (CTO) 10th Tourism HR Conference is inspiring the next generation of tourism professionals. Local students who attended today’s sessions connected with industry expert Philip Mondor, President & CEO of Tourism HR Canada(right), who delivered the keynote address “Reimagining The Future of Work”. CTO Secretary General Donna Regis-Prosper is pictured here with Andrew Abraham, President of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College, and students Kahmali France (second from right) and Jada Brookes.