SHTA holds busy first Post-Irma event

SHTA holds busy first Post-Irma event

This Tuesday, the Sint Maarten Hospitality and Trade Association (SHTA) held its first post-Irma mixer on October 31st. The event was hosted by Infinity Restaurant, reopening as of today. By means of the mixer, SHTA invited its membership to convene for the first time...
SHTA regrets unnecessary loss of USM

SHTA regrets unnecessary loss of USM

SHTA is appalled by the fact that the Government has not immediately come to the rescue of the University of St Martin, the only public university on the island, in the wake of destruction and devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Maria. Rebuilding Sint...
Why is Government still stalling?

Why is Government still stalling?

PHILIPSBURG – It is with deep concern and mounting frustration that the St. Maarten Hospitality & Trade Association (SHTA) is witnessing our Government’s ongoing reluctance to engage in a cooperative dialogue with Holland with regards to securing much needed...
SHTA Recommendations for Tax and Labor Reform

SHTA Recommendations for Tax and Labor Reform

The Sint Maarten Hospitality and Trade Association (SHTA) has drafted a possible path forward for Sint Maarten from this time of crisis onwards. The following recommendations are an integral strategy and can only work if all elements come into effect together. SHTA...
Proposal psychological support for organizations

Proposal psychological support for organizations

The department of Public Health has asked the Association for Psychologists and Allied Professionals (APAP) to support in the psychological first aid of companies and organizations in connection with the passing of hurricanes Irma and Maria. This document provides a...