SLHTA’s wraps up 2019 with Quarterly General Meeting

Several crucial matters related to the hospitality and tourism sector were discussed when the Saint Lucia Hospitality & Tourism Association (SLHTA) hosted its Quarterly General Meeting at Harbor Club St. Lucia in Rodney Bay just before Christmas 2019.

Hosted under the theme, “Creating Connections, Building Linkages”, the lively discussions were held as the Association continues to focus on the importance of linkages within key sectors of the economy, namely agriculture, arts and craft, manufacturing, and small business enterprises. 

SLHTA CEO Noorani Azeez noted that “Regarding the introduction of our new strategic plan to cover the work of the Association over the next three years, we found ourselves as an associated body, being called upon more and more to get involved in the discussions on conservation, environment, crime and security, developmental standards – it runs the full gamut,”.

The December 17 Quarterly General Meeting was in response to calls made at last August’s AGM for more fora to be hosted where members can discuss and be apprised on the operations of the SLHTA.