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Trinidad company wins contract to develop Dominica’s tourism sector

by: - January 9, 2019
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Dominica’s Ministry of Tourism and the Discover Dominica Authority have contracted a Trinidadian firm, Tourism Intelligence International (TII) to assist in developing the island’s National Tourism Policy and Tourism Master Plan.

TII led by Trinidad-born international tourism and technology strategist, Dr. Auliana Poon has landed the much-anticipated contract to assist the Commonwealth of Dominica in the formulation of a comprehensive sustainable policy, plan and action program for tourism development over the next decade.

The plan will be used to guide the Government and tourism industry stakeholders by providing them with an actionable plan based on a clear road map that will focus on a sustainable approach to tourism development that aligns with international best practices. The plan seeks to address multiple fronts including the preservation of Dominica’s environment and the optimization of the social and economic benefits from tourism to the country.

Specialists in the tourism and leisure sector worldwide and well-experienced in national tourism master planning TII  will have a multidisciplinary team of 12 consultants with over 200 years’ combined experience working on the ground in Dominica.

Leve-Global (formerly Tourism Intelligence International) was founded by Dr. Auliana Poon who has over 30 years’ experience in the tourism industry and is comprised of Tourism Intelligence, Leve Academy, and Villa Being.

It has partnered with both developed and emerging economies around the world to craft blueprints for sustainable and responsible tourism and trade and to lay the foundation for viable economic development. Leve-Global Limited specializes in policy development and planning built on sustainability and sound intelligence.