CTO partners with broadcaster for Caribbean Week
The Caribbean Tourism Organization has teamed up with Caribbean Broadcasting Union for Caribbean Week in New York.
This strategic collaboration aims to create a platform showing the latest developments and trends in the tourism industry.
It hopes to amplify the reach to regional and international audiences through content sharing and distribution.
Under the agreement, it will leverage CBU’s media broadcast and digital network spanning 20 countries.
It will air tourism updates and interviews with key stakeholders, including ministers and tourism leaders an.
“This partnership will offer viewers within and beyond the region a comprehensive understanding of the efforts to revive the Caribbean’s tourism industry,” said Neil Walters, Acting Secretary General of the CTO.
Caribbean Week features a lineup of events and business meetings.
They will discuss the critical issues for Caribbean tourism.
Attendees can look forward to a Welcome Cocktail Reception hosted by CTO Allied Members and a Tourism Industry Marketing Conference.
The CTO will also host the popular Media Marketplace.
More than 20 CTO member countries and territories will be in attendance.
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