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Caribbean Tourism Organization Announces Return of Landmark Events in 2023

As the tourism sector across the Caribbean registers post-pandemic solid results, the 25-member Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is resuming several hallmark activities and events this year to help strengthen the region’s position as the world’s...

Caribbean Tourism Organization Announces Return of Landmark Events in 2023

As the tourism sector across the Caribbean registers post-pandemic solid results, the 25-member Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) is resuming several hallmark activities and events this year to help strengthen the region’s position as the world’s leading warm-weather destination.

The Comeback of Caribbean Week in New York

After business meetings in Curaçao last week, the CTO Chairman, Kenneth Bryan, announced the return of "Caribbean Week in New York" in June 2023. This event has always been a celebration of Caribbean culture and tourism, attracting visitors from around the world. With the tourism sector bouncing back, the Caribbean is ready to showcase its vibrant energy and alluring attractions to the world.

State of the Industry Conference (SOTIC) Makes its Way to the Turks & Caicos Islands

In the fall of 2023, the Turks & Caicos Islands will host the State of the Industry Conference, a significant gathering of tourism industry stakeholders. This conference provides a platform for key players to discuss the current trends, challenges, and future prospects of the Caribbean tourism industry. It is an opportunity for collaboration and innovation to ensure the region's sustainability and growth.

Focus on Sustainable Tourism Development

Alongside these landmark events, the CTO is organizing a conference dedicated to sustainable tourism development. As travelers become more conscious of their impact on the environment, sustainable tourism practices are gaining importance. This conference will bring together experts, industry leaders, and policymakers to discuss strategies and initiatives for preserving the Caribbean's natural beauty while promoting responsible tourism.

The CTO's efforts to revive these events symbolize its commitment to strengthening the region's tourism industry. By bringing back these popular gatherings, the organization aims to reinvigorate tourism and showcase the Caribbean's unparalleled beauty and hospitality.

CTO Meeting CTO Meeting in Curaçao

Minister Bryan, also the Minister of Tourism and Transport for the Cayman Islands, emphasized the importance of unity and collaboration among Caribbean nations. The CTO is actively working towards increasing its membership to demonstrate the benefits of collective action. Recently, they welcomed the U.S. Virgin Islands back on board and aim to attract more members who believe in the power of collaboration for the greater good.

CTO Headquarters CTO Headquarters in Barbados

Minister Bryan and his team are dedicated to reshaping the CTO and ensuring its members receive value for their investment. With ambitious goals for the next two years, they aim to strengthen the bread-and-butter tourism industry and improve the quality of life for residents in the Caribbean. The recent productive meeting in Curaçao showcased their commitment to these objectives.

For more information on the Caribbean Tourism Organization, please visit www.OneCaribbean.org and follow CTO on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn to be part of the conversation.

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