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Belize government partners with Lemoneight for tourism consultation and training

Belize meets Lemoneight (L-R): Abil Castaneda, Director of Quality Management and Capacity Development and Registrar of Hotels, Varsha Clarke-Martinez, Quality Management  & Capacity Development Manager, Claudine Pohl, Founder and President of Lemoneight and Tracey Dawson, Compliance and Capacity Coordinator
Lemoneight has signed a three-year contract with the government of Belize as its preferred partner for tourism consultation and training.

As a tourism-based consulting firm, Lemoneight brings a demonstrated track record for interactive training and motivation with a focus on leadership training and public-speaking that aims to enhance travellers' experience in Belize.

National tourism training program

Abil Casteñada, director of cruise and quality management, capacity development and registrar of hotels, is optimistic about this endeavour. ‘Belize is designing a revolutionary national tourism training program that will elevate the service standards across the destination and be a stepping stone for Belize to continue to grow as a world-class destination,’ Casteñada said.

‘The Belize Tourism Board is excited to partner with Lemoneight to effect this evolution across our industry,' he added.

Lemoneight President Claudine Pohl ommented: ‘We are very honoured to be the partner selected to help guide the innovative training development for the Belize Tourism Board.’

Pohl, who has been working in Belize this past year added, ‘We had the opportunity to observe the boundless potential of the people and the spectacularly diverse environments of Belize. We are excited for the opportunity to help Belize and the people to “Stand Out”.’

Lemoneight’s previous work with the government of Belize includes training teams across the country (including those working in immigration, entry points and tourism police) to provide a world-class experience to visitors.