The Miami-based Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) says the Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF), the region’s annual networking, education and best practice sharing event for hospitality and tourism business stakeholders, will bring tourism education to the forefront in 2019.
CHTA said recently that the networking conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency Miami, from June 21-23.
More than 400 hoteliers, suppliers and other hospitality and tourism sector stakeholders from across the region’s countries and territories, as well as the United States and Canada, are expected to attend the CHTA event.
“This year’s theme — ‘Vision 2024: Embracing Change, Diversity, and Growth’ – will afford a critical look at the status of our industry today, and facilitate deep discussion around how it can, and should, evolve over the next five years and beyond,” said Frank Comito, CHTA’s chief executive officer and director general.
“We have enhanced our structure and topics this year, as CHTA aims to share a balance of best practices and top trends to quench the thirst for knowledge of the latest, greatest and groundbreaking industry information,” he added.