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Board of Directors & Membership Meeting

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Board of Directors & Membership Meeting

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 February 2011 09:48
 

Professional Masters Program Participants Aim to Improve Tourism

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Tourism InitiativeTop industry professionals in the Revans University Hospitality & Tourism Professional Masters program met at The Bahamas Hotel & Tourism Association to present and discuss individual project proposals aimed at addressing critical issues in their respective fields within the country's Hospitality Industry.

These industry professionals are part of a new professional development program launched in The Bahamas by Revans University, England and the International Management Centres Association Socrates (IMCA) with the support of The Bahamas Hotel Association (BHA) and with approved registration by The Bahamas Ministry of Education, Tertiary/Quality Assurance Division.  

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No Silver Bullet For Hotel Sector Recovery

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Increased competition and demand for 'value deals' has prevented major Bahamian hotels from increasing their average daily room rate (ADR) to pre-recession levels, the Bahamas Hotel Association (BHA) president yesterday saying they were down on average by $15-$16, as he warned: "There's no silver bullet."
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BHA Committed To Benefitting From EPA Opportunities

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A new "layman's" manual on the implications of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) for the Caribbean tourism industry has suggested the trade deal "will not have the beneficial effect which was hoped for" in the area of import duty reductions, as 75 per cent of all goods commonly imported by the industry will see no tariff reductions.
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Atlantis Watchful Of Jamaica Casino Activity

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Atlantis has taken notice of Jamaica’s plans to become a major player in casino gaming.

President and Managing Director of Kerzner International Bahamas George Markantonis said Jamaica’s increased activi ty in the gaming realm is something to keep an eye on, given that the jurisdiction is planning to introduce three new casinos as early as 2012.
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