Fred Mitchell and private sector representatives met to establish ongoing public-private sector efforts towards constructive activities addressing the needs related to work permits.
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The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association supports the modernization of the nation’s Gaming Act and regulations to restore the destination’s global standing and competitiveness.
The Inter-American Development Bank has released an executive summary presenting the key results of the first comprehensive survey of employers and employment.
Members of the Bahamas Hotel & Tourism Association’s (BHTA) raised a number of questions and concerns, which are being considered by BHTA’s recently formed Tourism Tax Reform Task Force.
The College of The Bahamas is aiming to fill two important vacancies by June for the Culinary and Hospitality Management Institute.
The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association invites recommendations for its weekly column which showcases people from all walks of the tourism industry who are making a difference in their own way.
Driven by the need to compete in the aggressively competitive global travel marketplace, the Caribbean has come together to create a website that will act as the collective home for all countries of the region
Hoteliers from throughout The Bahamas recently attended a luncheon launch of the Caribbean Hotel Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Action- Advanced Program.
The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association unveiled its new logo design at its 60th Annual General Meeting having recently announcement the organization’s name change from the Bahamas Hotel Association.