Posted on 9th February 2017
From left to right:
Simon Cleaver (CTH), Angela Hagenow (CTH), Leena Pem Sewpaul (Elite Business School), Carla Lopes (CTH) and Debasish Das (Elite Business School)
January for many marks the start of a brand new year, hence it's always good to reflect on the year gone by and in turn, look ahead to the new year. That's why January presented the perfect opportunity to meet up with none other than our accredited centre, Elite Business School.
All smiles: Carla Lopes and Leena Pem Sewpaul
lite Business School has been a CTH partner for a number of years, showing the credentials needed to annually become a CTH accredited centre. They offer our Level 4 & 5 in Hospitality and Tourism Management and were more than welcome to visit CTH last month.
Flying over from Mauritius to London were Elite Business School's Director and Business Development Consultant, Leena Pem Sewpaul and Debasish Das, respectively. Leaving behind the Bois Cheri
tea for some British tea and coffee, they were both welcomed with open arms. To greet them were CTH's Director of Membership, Simon Cleaver
; Academic Director, Angela Hagenow
; and our Sales & Marketing Manager, Carla Lopes
Over a cup of coffee, CTH and Elite Business School shared positive conversations on a number of topics. The conversation consisted of more than just the weather (a common conversation starter in the UK), instead going into schooling and future business opportunities. Both parties made good use of the occassion and seemed to thoroughly enjoy each other's company.
Over the years, CTH has always tried to actively engage with our accredited centres and this year is a continuation of that ethic. Continue to follow us throughout the year to see how The Confederation upholds this vision.
• Look out for more editions of 'Inside CTH' to get a closer look at what we get up too at The Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality. To view the previous edition, click here
• To find out more about Elite Business School, click the link
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