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The count down for the 23rd MITM Americas has begun

The count down for the 23rd MITM Americas has begun

With little over 2 months before the start of the most influential trade show in America and The Caribbean. The 23rd edition of MITM Americas, to be held from the 14th to the 17th of October in Havana, Cuba; offers a unique opportunity to experience the celebration of the 500 ...

The 23rd edition of MITM Americas announces its professional traning program

The 23rd edition of MITM Americas announces its professional traning program

The most influential congress and meetings tourism trade show in America and The Caribbean will bring you in its 23rd edition a MICE specialization program aimed at professionals The professional learning program will include 3 courses imparted by: Pablo Weil, president of COCAL; Raúl García, Director of MICE Training; and ...

TTC Special: Beaches are the Caribbean highlight

TTC Special: Beaches are the Caribbean highlight

By Frank Martin “The tourist highlight” of the Caribbean is still its magnificent and warm beaches and its gentle sea. The surveys in the main tourism-emitting markets show that, when traveling to the Caribbean, holiday travelers enjoy local cultures, festivals of all kinds and the cuisine of the Caribbean islands. ...

Melia Opens Newest Caribbean Hotel in Cartagena

Melia Opens Newest Caribbean Hotel in Cartagena

One of the Caribbean’s hottest hotel investment destinations has a brand-new property: Cartagena. The tourism destination on the Caribbean coast of Colombia is now home to a new adults-only, all-inclusive hotel by Spanish travel giant Melia, the latest for the company in what is a growing regional portfolio. It’s called ...

Special TTC.Tourism: robots are the future but with caution

Special TTC.Tourism: robots are the future but with caution

By Frank Martin In 2025, the global robotics market will exceed 275 billion dollars and one of the world’s winning industries will be tourism. The forecast is not science fiction. Last year the robotic market had a value of $ 98 billion. A branch that increasingly uses the so-called “artificial ...