Published on : Monday, April 17, 2017
Jamaica Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett will be among the prominent speakers at the WTTC’s 17th Global Summit scheduled to take place in Bangkok, Thailand on April 27. Among other eminent line up of speakers will be former British Prime Minister, David Cameron; United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Secretary General Taleb Rifai; United States Travel Association President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Roger Dow; AirAsia CEO, Tony Fernandes; Travel Editor for CBS News, Peter Greenberg; President and CEO of Marriott International, Arne Sorenson; and President of Carnival Cruise Line, Christine Duffy.
The minister said that he is aiming to address what is arguably the biggest and most esteemed tourism summit in the world. To quote Mr. Bartlett, “I am indeed honoured to be sharing the stage with some very esteemed speakers…certainly some of the biggest names in tourism and also the travel industry. I will be using the opportunity to highlight all the wonderful things we have been doing here in Jamaica and pretty much making the case as to why we should be a destination of choice for travelers.”
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