The showcase features country presentations, cultural insights, exhibits, exclusive networking opportunities from 5 to 9 p.m. Ample free parking is available.
Lt-Gov. Jennifer Carroll will attend, joined by Edmund Bartlett, a member of Jamaica’s Parliament and former Minister of Tourism from 2007- 2011. Guests will include Mayor Juan Carlos Bermudez, Hon. Dr. Neil Parsan, Trinidad & Tobago Ambassador to the U.S., Hon. Arnil Ramnanan, Consul General of Trinidad & Tobago, and Consul General of Canada, Hon. Louise Leger, members of the Miami Consular Corps, county and city leaders.
Dutch Antilles Express as Diamond Sponsor co-hosts the event. The Airline recently inaugurated new daily non-stop service between Miami International and Curacao.
Other sponsors and supporters include Miami International Airport, Seafreight Agencies, Insel Air, Port Everglades, Africa Trade Development Center, Rosillio & Associates, Camacol, Miami-Dade Economic Development Division, Enterprise Florida, Latin Biz, Doral Business Council, Belize Tourism Board, British Virgin Islands Tourism Development, Inter-American Chamber of Commerce, Caribbean Tourism Organization.
The presentation is expected to attract more than 300 attendees and 50 exhibits, part of unique “Travel, Trade and Tourism Business” a series to establish continuing relationships for business development.
In recognition of Trinidad and Tobago’s and Jamaica’s Anniversary Celebration of independence, Caribbean Trade Center will be conducting a brief salute during the event in tribute to both nations’ milestone achievements.
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