Youth in tourism forum
Moderator Janet Silvera (right) gets things going with (from left) Jeffrey ''Agent Sasco'' Campbell; Fabian Brown, Grand Bahia Principe Hotel's director of internal organisation and corporate social responsibility; and Chris DaCosta, digital marketing manager at the Jamaica Tourist Board, during a panel discussion at the Tourism Youth Forum held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St James on Wednesday. The forum was attended by a number of students from tourism-based action clubs across the island.

Moderator Janet Silvera (right) gets things going with (from left) Jeffrey ''Agent Sasco'' Campbell; Fabian Brown, Grand Bahia Principe Hotel's director of internal organisation and corporate social responsibility; and Chris DaCosta, digital marketing manager at the Jamaica Tourist Board, during a panel discussion at the Tourism Youth Forum held at the Montego Bay Convention Centre in St James on Wednesday.

The forum was attended by a number of students from tourism-based action clubs across the island.

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