Unite Caribbean focuses on restart of travel

Annual trade event switches to virtual platform in its 20th year

A travel trade event that attracted more than 200 delegates from the Caribbean, UK and Europe to focus on restarting travel to the Caribbean has been hailed “a huge success” by its founder. Virtual Unite Caribbean saw 76 suppliers and 118 buyers from the UK and Europe hold a record 1,854 meetings over two days in March. Debbie Flannagan, owner of Unite

Marketing & Promotions, said: “Unite Caribbean is an integral part of the Caribbean contracting period and, while times are far from normal, I wanted to help our region to work together not only to get through this, but to move forward. “The best way I could support

Virtual Unite Caribbean’s partners

Belize Tourism Board Belize has lush rainforest, ancient Maya sites, beautiful beaches and incredible diving, not to mention laid-back Caribbean hospitality. It is perfect for families, couples and individuals who enjoy wildlife and discovering new cultures, and like to travel off the beaten path. It has a WTTC Safe Travel stamp, so is the ideal destination to explore post-Covid.

Caribbean Tourism Organisation The Caribbean Tourism Organisation, UK & Europe, is the only Caribbean industry members network operating in the UK. For the latest information and agent training webinars, visit the CTO website.

The Charitable Travel Fund Unite Marketing & Promotions proudly supports The Charitable Travel Fund. A donation has been made from each exhibitor fee at the 2021 Virtual Unite events.

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everyone was to bring them all together, so Virtual Unite Caribbean was planned. “What a success!

I want to thank everyone for their

commitment to the virtual event, but I really hope to see everyone face to face next year.” Helen Tabois, senior product and

marketing manager for the Inspiring Travel Company, attended the event. She said: “The common theme was optimism for the future of luxury travel in the Caribbean. It was heartening to hear how many businesses have used the time to make improvements to infrastructure, procedures and training, ensuring that UK guests will have a positive experience when they return.”

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