The Ministry of Tourism, Nevis, in association with the Caribbean Tourism Organization, is set to host the much-anticipated 10th Tourism Human Resources Conference. This influential event is scheduled from October 30 – November 1, 2023, at the prestigious Four Seasons Resort Nevis. The conference is centered around the theme “Navigating the Next Phase of Caribbean Tourism” with a focus on ‘Talent and Technology 2024 and Beyond’.
• Purposeful Engagement: Delegates will have the opportunity to gain enhanced industry knowledge, delve into talent and technological solutions, interact with seasoned industry leaders, partake in enriching master classes, and expand their professional network.
• Industry Evolution: The past decade has seen the Caribbean tourism sector journey through diverse challenges and opportunities. With recent data indicating a resurgence in the industry, the conference promises to provide actionable insights for the future.
• Diverse Participation: The event aims to be a melting pot for tourism practitioners, HR professionals, academics, consultants, and students. It is designed to foster discussions on HR trends, strategies, and best practices in tourism.
• Program Line-up: Attendees can look forward to a keynote address, a series of plenary sessions, in-depth discussions, a dedicated student forum, wellness segments, and two exclusive master classes from a cadre of experienced presenters.
To be part of this pivotal event, register at: https://www.onecaribbean.org/eventscalendar/tourism-hr-conference-2023/. Discover more about the enchanting island of Nevis at: https://nevisisland.com/.
Located in the Leeward Islands, Nevis is one of the most pristine and relaxing islands in the Caribbean. Vividly green with blue skies and fresh air, Nevis has a pace of life that encourages you to stop and appreciate all the natural beauty around you.
The island’s tourist attractions include hiking the 3,232ft Nevis Peak, historical landmarks, thermal hot springs, craft houses, beach bars and miles of untouched white-sand beaches.
The charming capital city of Charlestown is one of the best remaining examples of the traditional era in the Caribbean.