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Board of Directors and Membership Meeting


The Bahamas Hotel Association's

Board of Directors & Membership Meeting

Thursday, June 3, 2010


British Colonial Hilton


Inaugural Session of Revans University


The Bahamas Hotel Associations is partnering with Revans University, with the support of International Management Centre Association Socrates (IMCA) to launch the Professional Master of Management (M.Mgmt) in Hospitality & Tourism.  This is being done in an effort to assist with the continuous development of seasoned hotel owners and operators as well as senior/experienced management executives in our Hospitality & Tourism Industry.
This program has been successfully launched by the Jamaica Hotel & Tourism Association and the St. Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association.  It has also now been launched by the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Association.  Jamaica is actually in its eighth successful year of running this program and have some 80+ graduates of the programs...


Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 April 2010 15:56

Bahamas Close To Sealing American Airlines Deal

The Bahamas is close to forming a mutually beneficial partnership with American Airlines to provide airlift to many Family Islands, the Minister of Tourism and Aviation revealed to Tribune Business yesterday.

Progress In Baha Mar's Loan Discussions

BAHA Mar and Scotiabank were last night said to be "close" to a resolution over the latter's $170 million syndicated loan that financed the developer's acquisition of the existing Cable Beach properties, sources close to the situation telling Tribune Business that "tremendous progress" had been made.

2010 Business Development Seminar


Under this year's theme - "Business Unusual: Creativity and Innovation" - The Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and The US Embassy is proud to present the 6th Annual Business Development Seminar Wednesday, May 5th 2010 at the British Colonial Hilton Hotel beginning at 8:30am.

Headlining this year's event is former NBA superstar Earvin "Magic" Johnson, music mogul Steve Stoute and economist Mike Bryant of the Federal Reserve.


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