Recap

The Future of Hospitality in Haiti and What Policies Could Positively Impact the Sector

All good things much come to an end, and with each end comes a departure. This panel consisted of Steve McIntosh representing Groupe Mourral, Stephanie Barnes representing Marriott Port-au-Prince Hotel, and Christian Fombrum representing Royal Decameron Indigo Beach Resort & Spa, with the very Fashionable Shaina Silva from Woco who put an end to the

September 30, 2019

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The New Haiti-Country Brand

Faced with increasingly fierce competition for tourism, creating a country brand is very important.  The country brand acts on the competitive identity of the country in question. It can help gain a competitive advantage over other countries. It is a national identity made tangible, solid, transmissible and useful.  At the first Tourism Innovation Summit

September 24, 2019

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Building a Digital Brand for Haiti by Producing Contents and Changing the Narrative

Building a digital brand for Haiti by producing contents and changing the narrative. This was the theme of a panel discussion constituted of Francesca Eugene, Samuel Dameus, Ryan Bowen,  and Sankara Sauvignon, with Christine Jacques-Coupet as the moderator.  Today, digital technology is crucial to many sectors. It has become a real asset that helps to

September 13, 2019

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Understanding How People Think and Feel Makes Better Products

On June 28, various panelists spoke on topics related to tourism.  Among the themes addressed in the conference room, Marie Louise of the l’hôtellerie du Roi Henri Christophe, Shaina Silva, and Nancy Douyon led a small workshop.  This writing offers you a summary of their intervention: The tourist product is a very important concept in …

September 10, 2019

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CAP 2020

The year 2020 will be doubly significant for the city of Cap-Haitien. First, it will be the 350th anniversary of the founding of this city with significant historical, architectural, cultural, and glorious past potential. Located in the north of Haiti, this port city was founded in 1670. It has a reputation for bringing together the …

September 10, 2019

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The Leaders of The Tourism of Tomorrow are Students

STUDENTS can play a big role in promoting local tourism. It is often stressed that some level of industry involvement is important in tourism is heavily interlinked to all industries. It is our responsibility to showcase our culture and encourage students like you to take actions whether big or small to stand behind sustainable tourism for …

April 10, 2019

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Fanm nan Touris NètAlKole

Fanm nan Touris NètAlKole hosted on March 27 and 28, 2019. In honor of International Women’s Day, we hosted two segments on Bibinetalkole Radio one platform; our guest speakers included Pascale Hilaire, Danielle Saint-Lot, Lamia Makkar, Sabrina Frederique, and Adama Kamara. Which was both broadcasted via ZOOM, Facebook Live, and Instagram Live. The focus

March 28, 2019

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Leveraging Tourism as a Mechanism for Progress

Leveraging Tourism as a Mechanism for Progress Webinar hosted on February 22, 2019. Due to the second postponement of the Tourism Innovation Summit, we did not wish to leave the public as well as our attendees on stand by and instead created the webinar in order to have an open discussion on leveraging tourism as …

February 22, 2019

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