The GHTA recognizes that culinary professionals and tour operators play a vital role in the success of Grenada’s tourism industry and is committed to working with them to address their concerns and help them thrive.
During the consultations, culinary professionals and tour operators shared their experiences and insights about the challenges they face in their work. They also discussed the kind of support and resources that would be most helpful to them, such as training programs, concessions and marketing assistance.
The GHTA listened carefully to their feedback and suggestions and is now using this information to develop new initiatives and programs tailored to their needs.
We are immensely grateful to the culinary professionals and tour operators who have joined us in these consultations, as they are indeed the lifeblood of Grenada’s tourism industry,” said Arlene Friday, CEO of the GHTA.
“Their contributions are invaluable, and their feedback and insights are essential to our efforts to create innovative solutions that support their growth and development. Our unwavering commitment to working closely with them will ensure they have the necessary resources and support to deliver the exceptional experiences that make Grenada an unforgettable destination. Together, we will elevate Grenada’s culinary and tour offerings to new heights and set the standard for sustainable tourism in the region.”
The GHTA is confident that these consultations will help strengthen its relationship with culinary professionals and tour operators and help set them up for success in the future. The GHTA will continue to engage with these essential stakeholders continuously and is committed to ensuring their voices and needs are heard.
Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA)