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Operator of Johns Hall Adventure Tours Donald Brooks (right) raps with Western Hospitality Institute students Remeka McIntosh (background), Daneil McLean (centre), and Kimona Cameron during the JAPEX trade show at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on Saturday, April 30.
Civil engineer at Smith Warner International Miles Harris (left) converses with Monesh Davis of Apply 3D Tech during the JAPEX trade show at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on Saturday, April 30. 
Director of Sales at the Urban Development Corporation Rean Goulbourne (right) and General Manager of Delta Supply Company Jonathan Swire at the UDC booth, at JAPEX 2016 on Saturday. 
Let's do it in the Caribbean's Theo Chambers and Global Bridal Group's Jacqueline Johnson greet each other at the Marry Caribbean's booth at the JAPEX trade show at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on Saturday, April 30.
Managing director of Millenium Paving Stones, Jason Silvera (right), engages in discussions with group procurement manager of X Fund Property Jamaica, Garnett Williams, and Jewels' purchasing manager, Beverley Dendie. 
Fly Jamaica's station manager for Montego Bay, Patricia Quartess (left), informs Cindy Chambers about the airline's international routes at JAPEX 2016 on Saturday. 
Founder of APPLY 3D Inc Ghaffar Ellis shows off some of the latest technology to Kellye Barnaby-Barnett of Barnaby Engineering and Testing services on Saturday at JAPEX 2016.
Jamaica Tourist Board's regional director for Continental Europe, Gregory Shervington (right), listens as sales director of CESCO Terrence Chambers (centre) explains the use of safety gear supplied by his company on Saturday at JAPEX 2016. At left is sales representative Raymond McCalla.

JHTA president issues charge to Gov't

Claudia Gardner, Hospitality Jamaica Writer

President of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) Nicola Madden-Greig said her organisation would be asking the Government of Jamaica to make more funds available for marketing the country as a tourism destination and strengthening its infrastructure.

Her comments came during the recently concluded Jamaica Product Exchange (JAPEX) trade show at the Montego Bay Convention Centre last weekend.

"Not only will the JHTA be lobbying the Government to ensure that more than adequate funds are available for marketing, but also to ensure that we truly fulfil the mandate of using the Tourism Enhancement Fund to drive and build out a world-class tourism industry islandwide," she said.

"This can only be done if the long overdue massive investment in many potential world-class tourism assets is undertaken to produce marquee attractions and drawing cards to increase international visitor arrivals," she added. 


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