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Technology To Boost Tourism

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Breakthroughs in digitalisation have given travelers independence and choice like never before.

This, from Minister of Tourism, Shamfa Cudjoe, who wants to increase stakeholders' digital footprint, in the best interest of their business and the tourism sector of Trinidad and Tobago.

Addressing a Symposium on Digital Transformation within the Tourism Sector, Minister Cudjoe said with the advancement of technology, visitors want more than just advertisements - they want reviews.

This year, the World Tourism Organisation's theme for World Tourism Day is, "Tourism and the Digital Transformation."

The Tourism Minister said it's all about connecting places, people, experiences, and memories.

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