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V.C. Bird International Airport


Antigua and Barbuda

Company Description

LIAT is one of the leading Caribbean airlines. It is owned by regional shareholders, with major shareholders being the Governments of Barbados, Antigua & Barbuda and St. Vincent & the Grenadines. The LIAT network covers most of the Caribbean countries fro... more

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Employment History

Chief Technology Officer

The Caribbean Tourism Organization


Board Member

The Caribbean Tourism Organization


Oxford University

Web References (200 Total References)

Dominica News

www.dominicagazette.com [cached]

CaribPR Wire, PORSTMOUTH, Dominica, Mon. Aug. 19, 2013: Dominica hotelier, Gregor Nassief, has issued a second letter to LIAT, this time to the Chairman of LIAT's Board of Directors, Mr. Jean Holder, calling for his resignation.

Mr. Jean Holder
Chairman of the Board of Directors
LIAT (1974) LTD
To: Jean Holder
From: Jean Holder
Jean Holder
To: Jean Holder
From: Jean Holder
Jean Holder
To: Jean Holder
Mr. Holder,

Board of Dir. & Executive Mgt. - Liat Airline

www.liatairline.com [cached]

Dr. Jean Holder Chairman

Board Members & Executive - Liat Airline

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Dr. Jean Holder

Directors of (Barbados)

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mar 11 - Former ...

www.antiguaobserver.com [cached]

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Mar 11 - Former secretary general of the Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organisation (CTO), Jean Holder, is to launch a book looking at the history and challenges facing Caribbean tourism.

The March 17 launch of the book "Caribbean Tourism" will take place at the Caribbean Development Bank in Barbados and recounts the turbulent history of on tourism's introduction to the Caribbean and how it has become the major driver of the region's economy.
In the publication, Holder the chairman of the regional airline, LIAT, reminds readers tourism was a means of diversifying the Caribbean sugar industry, beset with difficulties after emancipation in the 1830s. Holder writes that it was a situation made even more difficult by the fact that tourism itself is a complex and invasive phenomenon which does not require a history of colonialism and racism to provoke strong reactions in a society.
The author presents case studies from islands where Caribbean tourism first blossomed - Barbados, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Jamaica and Cuba - to demonstrate the post-emancipation complexities and the measures taken to address them. He details the history of various regional entities and their successes and failures in developing the Caribbean tourism sector.
Holder who has been in the tourism industry for more than three decades, analyzes Caribbean tourism performances in the second decade of the 21st Century against the background of the world economic recession and the lessons learned from the global downturn.

"By and large, tourism pays the ...

caribbean-beat.com [cached]

"By and large, tourism pays the bills in this area," said Jean Holder, Secretary-General of the Caribbean Tourism Organization in Barbados.

Leadership: Jean Holder (Secretary-General)

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