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Fostering A Connection Between Environment and Tourism

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One Week in Camp Has Been Shaping Young Minds and Appreciation for Connection Between Environment and Tourism

Far too many young Bahamians lack an appreciation for our precious environment and how it relates to all aspects of life in The Bahamas and our tourism industry.
 
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BHA On-Line Foreign Language Training Program

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Over 1,200 Employees Enroll in Initial Phase of BHA On-Line Foreign Language Training Program. LiveMocha Now Available to All BHA Members 

As part of its initiatives to assist members with taping into more international markets, the Bahamas Hotel Association and the Bahamas Hotel Association of Human Resource Professionals (BHAHRP), in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism, is making available to members a low-cost, easy to use foreign language speaking program for front line, supervisory and management staff.

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Hotels Ready For ‘Strong’ July 4

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SEVERAL major Nassau-based hotel properties told Tribune Business yesterday they were seeing strong occupancy levels for this week’s July 4  US Independence Day holiday.
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Government Concerned On Trained Labour

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THE Government is concerned there are not enough trained persons to capitalise on the 8,000 jobs expected to be created in the next two years, when the $2.6 billion Baha Mar project is completed, the Minister of Education, Science and Technology Jerome Fitzgerald has said.
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87% Of Hotels Not Accepting Online Card Payments

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SOME 87 per cent of small Bahamian hotels in the Family Islands are not realising their potential because they do not accept credit card booking payments online, Bahamas Hotel Association (BHA) president, Stuart Bowe, said yesterday.
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