GOVERNMENT OF ST LUCIA
Ministry of Tourism, Heritage and Creative Industries
February 10, 2015
For Immediate Release
Conta...
Small properties (defined by a room stock of 75 rooms or less) are encouraged to register for
this training as it forms pa...
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Strategic Planning For Small Properties In Saint Lucia 2015

http://stlucia.org/blog/2015-strategic-planning-workshop-small-properties-saint-lucia/ - On February 24, 2015 the Ministry of Tourism, Heritage and Creative Industries, in collaboration with the Saint Lucia Tourist Board and Saint Lucia Hotel Association, will continue their effort to provide capacity building training that will enhance the overall competitiveness of the Small Hotel sector.
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  • 1. GOVERNMENT OF ST LUCIA Ministry of Tourism, Heritage and Creative Industries February 10, 2015 For Immediate Release Contact Person(s) Ministry of Tourism Saint Lucia Tourist Board SLHTA Deepa Girdari Susana Auguste Noorani Azeez Officer In Charge Senior Marketing Officer Executive Vice President 468-4618/720-1585 458-7141 452-5978 Perle Alcindor Tourism Officer III 468-4625/720-7615 perle.alcindor@govt.lc Press Release Strategic Planning Workshop for Small Properties On February 24, 2015 the Ministry of Tourism, Heritage and Creative Industries, in collaboration with the Saint Lucia Tourist Board and Saint Lucia Hotel Association, will continue their effort to provide capacity building training that will enhance the overall competitiveness of the Small Hotel sector. The owners and operators of small properties will participate in a “hands-on” exercise in Strategic Planning. It is envisaged that participants will use this training to critically evaluate their operations and develop strategies to strengthen their product offering. This training will be held at Palm Haven, Gros Islet and forms part of a programme of activities designed to develop the small hotel sector. The partner agencies are cognizant of the invaluable contribution of this subsector to the product offering, and the need to enhance its capacity to continuously develop competitive products and deliver quality service. They have secured the services of experienced facilitators who will provide the information necessary to enhance skills set of participants.
  • 2. Small properties (defined by a room stock of 75 rooms or less) are encouraged to register for this training as it forms part of Recognition Ceremony designed to reward small hotels for their efforts in Innovation, providing an Authentic Experience and recognition for the Most Outstanding Small Property. For more information on this training initiative, contact may be made with Ms Perle Alcindor, Tourism Officer III at telephone 468-4625, email perle.alcindor@govt.lc

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