Expert to Speak on Green Tourism at Caribbean Conference

An acclaimed architect and chairman of OBMI, an architectural design and consulting firm, will speak at the 14th Annual Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference (CHTIC) in San Juan, Puerto Rico from May 4–6.

Tim Peck will speak at the breakout session entitled “Protecting the Assets – The Economics of Being Green” scheduled for Wednesday, May 5 at 3:15 p.m. at the Puerto Rico Convention Center.

Peck, with more than 30 years experience in the field, is a specialist in resort design. Prior to his position as chairman, he served as OBMI’s CEO for the Caribbean region. In this role, he was responsible for the oversight of operations and business development, and provided his expertise and on site analysis for development in the Caribbean region. He has been instrumental in developing OBMI’s approach to design, one that is focused on natural, cultural and economic sustainability.

CHTIC, hosted by the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association and the Caribbean Tourism Organization, is recognized as the official forum for the hospitality and global investment community to identify investment opportunities in the Caribbean tourism industry.



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