MONTEGO BAY, St James - Director of Tourism Donovan White is reporting an overwhelming interest among international partners in the Jamaica Product Exchange (JAPEX), which is set for September and will be staged at Montego Bay Convention Centre in St James as well as carried virtually. As a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic, JAPEX - Jamaica''s leading tourism trade show - went virtual last year. "We''re looking forward to things like JAPEX coming up in September to be our first [physical] JAPEX since COVID. Last year, as you know, we went virtual; this year we''re doing a combination of virtual and in-person. So far, the appetite for that has been phenomenal in terms of our partners wanting to come to Jamaica and feel the destination again, and to really embrace our local destination partners so that contracting and doing business can get back to normal," White declared. "So we''re very excited and as [the] minister [of tourism] rightly says, you know, we''re not resting on our laurels and we take nothing for granted," he added.
Kickstart Ventures, the corporate venture capital arm of Globe, is seeing an increase of investment deals in e-commerce, logistics, and cybersecurity as a result of the pandemic. Kickstart Vice President Joan Cybil Yao noted that with the pandemic accelerating digital adoption, there was a significant rise in e-commerce transactions which could benefit from new and more efficient payments and logistics solutions. Thus, Kickstart is setting its eyes on e-commerce ventures, as well as technologies that can make e-commerce transactions safer, faster, and easier. Fintech, chatbots, data analysis, logistics, and cybersecurity are obvious e-commerce enablers. Citing a 2020 Google Temasek study of the Philippine market, Yao said there was a 55 percent increase in the e-commerce market size as more people head online to buy things. However, as the market grows, there is also a rise in cyber attacks, prompting Kickstart to give special attention to startups focusing on data security and privacy. A space where we''re spending more time this year is cybersecurity.
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Air Canada is resuming flights to key destinations around the world, the company announced on Tuesday. Air Canada says the international schedule for this summer includes the resumption of 17 routes and 11 destinations from its hubs. The airline is starting up its service between Calgary and Frankfurt, as of Aug. 1, up to four times each week. 
As the country prepares to reopen its borders, Minister of Works and Transport Rohan Sinanan said all airlines are welcome to resume flights to the Piarco Airport when they are ready. Newsday contacted Sinanan on Tuesday for an update on the plans leading up to the reopening of the borders, closed on March 21, 2020 to curb the spread of the covid19 pandemic Asked when flights by carriers other than Caribbean Airlines Ltd (CAL) will resume, he said, We have no control of scheduling of carriers. They submit scheduling to Civil Aviation and Airports Authority of TT (AATT). How soon they will fly in and out will be up to them. "The borders will be declared open from July 17. Airlines that previously flew into Piarco include JetBlue Airways, American Airlines, Air Jamaica, United Airlines, Air Canada, Surinam Airways, Copa Airlines and Westjet. Airlines that operated to and from Tobago included British Airways, Condor, CAL and Virgin Atlantic. But Tobago will remain closed to international flights for the time being, Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister Stuart Young said last week.
Top TSX stocks like Cineplex Inc. (TSX:CGX) and Air Canada (TSX:AC) are well-positioned as the economy reopens this summer. The post 2 Top TSX Stocks to Own This Summer appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
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Tuesday, July 6, 2021 10:12 AM EST - Air Canada : Today unveiled additional details of its planned international schedule for this summer, which includes the resumption of 17 routes and 11 destinations across the world from its hubs. The airline is resuming its service between Calgary and Frankfurt, as of August 1, up to four times weekly, and is also offering for the first time a unique non-stop service from Montreal to Cairo, Egypt, three times weekly. Air Canada ( T.AC ) shares were down $0.06 at 26.89. Stocks in Play: Air Canada, Tue, 06 Jul 2021 10:27:06 EST
Air Canada Continues to Rebuild its Global Network with Service Resuming to Key Destinations Around The World Resumption of year-round View post on CompanyNewsHQ : Air Canada Continues to Rebuild its Global Network with Service Resuming to Key Destinations Around The World
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Accor, the owner of Raffles Hotels and Resorts, and the international family-controlled Hinduja Group, have announced the appointment of Philippe Leboeuf as managing director of Raffles London at The OWO, effective July 2021. Raffles London will open at The OWO on Whitehall, opposite Horse Guards and St Jamess Park, in 2022. The 125-room and -suite
Jamaica welcomed flights, Air Canada Dreamliner and Condor airline from Germany, which touched down at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St. James, on Read More
France-based hotel giant Accor has led a $16 million Series D funding found for India-based Treebo Hotels.
Indore (Madhya Pradesh) [India], July 5 (ANI): Three persons were on Monday arrested for smuggling 5 kg gold worth Rs 2.44 crores, informed the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI), Indore. Accor
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