Registration Now Open For Second CHIEF Conference in Puerto Rico

El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort

Following the success of the inaugural Caribbean Hospitality Industry Exchange Forum (CHIEF) in October 2015, the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association (CHTA) has scheduled CHIEF to return to El Conquistador Resort, A Waldorf Astoria Resort in Puerto Rico from September 30 - October 2. Registration opened this week.

CHIEF brings together owners and senior managers from Caribbean hotels with top experts from companies which work with hoteliers to exchange ideas and share best practices.

This year's program will expand its educational offerings by incorporating a technology track in addition to sessions in operations, environmental sustainability and sales and marketing.


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The educational tracks, led by experts in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry, provide CHTA's membership with tactics that generate revenue and increase efficiency. Another program highlight is the professional development opportunities offered on Friday, September 30, similar to the sessions offered in 2015 by Florida International University (FIU).

Registration for CHIEF opened on May 19 and includes access to the event, all educational sessions, conference materials, two lunches, coffee breaks and two receptions. Companies interested in learning about sponsorship opportunities should contact Matt Cooper, chief marketing officer, via [email protected] or call (305) 443-3040.

Contact CHTA by email at [email protected] or via telephone at 786-476-8623 for more information

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