BASSETERRE: The Caribbean Tourism Organization’s state of the industry conference in St. Kitts will feature a presentation from tourism official Alain St. Ange of the Republic of Seychelles.
Organized in collaboration with the St. Kitts Ministry of Tourism and the St. Kitts Tourism Authority, the conference, themed “Developing a Winning Tourism Strategy”, will consist of discussions and debates about issues affecting tourism in the Caribbean.
St. Ange, the Republic of Seychelles Minister of Tourism and Culture, will conduct a presentation titled “Redefining the Role of National Tourist Offices”.
St. Ange’s tourism initiatives, introduced during his tenure as CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board, have been intensely studied by tourism officials. He is a highly sought-after presenter at global tourism conferences.
“Minister St. Ange is well-known among tourism circles as a creative thinker and practitioner who is particularly skilled in helping to develop various countries’ tourism potential,” said Hugh Riley, Secretary General of the Caribbean Tourism Organization. “We are happy to have him come and share his winning strategies with us.”
The conference will be held October 10-12.