Tourism Innovation Summit 2020

  • Start Date : 31 October, 2020
  • Start Time : 10:30am
  • End Date : 1 November, 2020
  • End Time : 12:00pm
  • Address : Cap-Haitien Haiti
# Topic Speaker Time Hall
1 Stronger Cities, Stronger Citizen and Shared responsibilities Myriam Jean9:00am - 9:15am Hotel Roi Henri Christophe
2 How International Tour Agencies can Boost Local Tour Operators Kerby Zephyrin, Steve Canal9:15am - 9:40am Virtual
3 Leveraging Technology, Education and Entrepreneurship For City development Ralph E. Francois, Chike Ukaegbu9:45am - 10:15am Hotel Roi Henri Christophe
4 How communication Can Impact the Sector Tourism in Positive way Martine St Victor10:15am - 10:45am Virtual
5 A new kind of future: Building [ON] Narrative Conrad Schutt10:45am - 11:15am Virtual
6 Comedy Stand up With Wil Sylvince Wil Sylvince11:15am - 12:15pm Hotel Roi Henri Christophe
7 Launch City Exploration 12:15pm - 1:00pm Boukanye
8 How to Leverage Podcast in promoting Haiti as a tourists destination Savinia Exantus1:15pm - 1:35pm Hotel Roi Henri Christophe
9 What are the new strategies, tools and challenges for destinations? Kristy Morris1:40pm - 2:00pm Virtual
10 A New Symbol for Unity in Haiti 2:00pm - 2:30pm Virtual
11 Making Haiti’s Entertainment and Tourism industries more inclusive and sustainable with Digital marketing Serge Turnier, Steve Canal2:30pm - 2:50pm Hotel Roi Henri Christophe
12 Contactless Hospitality Carlo Chancelien2:50pm - 3:10am Virtual
13 Twin Sister Cities Cap-Haitien and New Orleans 3:10pm - 3:30pm Hotel Roi Henri Christophe
14 How Sports Can Help Drive Local Tourism Theresa Tran, Monica Aksamit3:30am - 4:00pm Hotel Roi Henri Christophe
# Topic Speaker Time Hall
1 Special Fencing Clinic For Kids Monica Aksamit8:30pm - 10:30pm Ekolojik

Stronger Citizens, Stronger Cities: Shared Responsibilities,”  ist the TIS 2020 Theme. Two days of different activities around the topic; including conferences, workshops, business mixers, and city excursions. During these 2-days, we will be exploring a set of themes related to the involvement of engaged citizens in the tourism development process. Additionally, we will have several presentations on tourism policies in the Caribbean; how local governments can work with the private sector to create jobs in the tourism sector. And special events that focus on the 350 anniversary of the city of Cap Haitien in particular.