The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association is making a big push this June in Miami.
The organization has announced that it will be holding two of its major annual events in Miami, both the Taste of the Caribbean culinary festival and competition and the Caribbean Hotel Industry Exchange Forum.
The latter is typically held in the fall and has been rescheduled to coincide with Taste.
“CHIEF brings together the right information, the right people at the right time – and by producing this event in Miami we expect many more Caribbean stakeholders to benefit from the educational sessions and invaluable peer-to-peer exchange,” said Bill Clegg, Chairperson of CHTA’s Membership Committee who also serves as CHIEF’s Program Chair.
Taste of the Caribbean is the region’s leading culinary competition, bringing together teams from across the region for what is both an industry and consumer event.
This year’s Taste will also offer educational sessions for food and beverage professionals that promise to enhance individual skills, the CHTA said.
— Caribbean Journal Staff