Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 20 Oct 2014 – GET INVOLVED — Natl Tourism Strategy moves to public meetings phase beginning Wednesday in Grand Turk. Already exit questionnaires are being completed by visitors to the country with robust participation.Minister of Tourism, Premier Rufus Ewing this morning encouraged input.KPMG Managing Director, Gary Brough explained his team wants a strong sampling of ideas, suggestions and experiences for the final report. This analysis will be presented to Government as recommendations for growing and sustaining a viable tourism industry for years and years to come.Also on hand TCHTA Executive, Stacy Cox and Tourist Board Director, Ralph Higgs who agreed that the exercise enables the TCI to explore ways to remain a leading vacation destination.The exit survey and its 20 questions does double duty by getting direct feedback from customers; ie, visitors to the island.Wed Oct 22 6pm – GDT – Anglican Sunday school hallThurs Oct 23 11am – South – Regatta VillageNEXT WEEKThurs Oct 30 11am – Middle – Conch BarThurs Oct 30 2pm – North – Horse Stable BeachFri Oct 31 11am – Salt Cay – Salt Shed Turks and Caicos invited to the World Gourmet Summit in Singapore Related Items:national tourism strategy, premier rufus ewing, ralph higgs, stacy cox, TCHTA Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Luxury events for Chicago’s leading travel and media professionals hosted by #TeamTCI Recommended for you TCI: Hard work happens each day, says new President of TC Hotel and Tourism Association; Strategic Action Plan unveiled read more
Meredith Corporation’s Hispanic Ventures division is relaunching and rebranding two of its Spanish-language parenting magazines in an effort to capitalize on its 18-year-old flagship brand Ser Padres. Espera, a magazine for expectant mothers, will be renamed Ser Padres Espera and will increase in annual circulation by 35 percent to 1.05 million while upping in frequency from two to three times a year. 12 Meses, which focuses on the first year of a child’s life, will be renamed Ser Padres Bebe and will continue with a yearly circulation of 600,000. Both magazines will “get a fresh look, editorial configuration and visual redesign,” along with new columns, according to Hispanic Ventures executive director Ruth Gaviria. “We know that Meredith Hispanic Ventures’ premiere brands are Ser Padres and sister publication Siempre Mujer, so we made the strategic move to capitalize on Ser Padres’ brand equity and authority in the marketplace and shift those titles under its editorial direction,” Gaviria wrote to FOLIO: in an email. “Now, our content portfolio takes Hispanic women from pregnancy, to birth, to raising your child, to a magazine all about being a woman in a bi-cultural world—Siempre Mujer.” Ser Padres was one of the biggest gaining consumer magazines ad revenue-wise in the second quarter 2008, according to figures from the Publishers Information Bureau. At $7.2 million, the title saw a 161.2 percent increase in ad revenue during that time period, despite an overall decrease of 5 percent among consumer titles. Last October, the magazine increased its rate base by 40 percent to 700,000 after folding its Healthy Kids en Español title into it. Ser Padres was launched in 1990 as an offshoot to Parents magazine, both of which were acquired by Meredith from Gruner + Jahr in 2005. The company is also set to launch next month a blog—Mimosblog.com—for Hispanic mothers, to focus on pre-natal through pre-teen years of motherhood. According to the company, the number of unique Spanish-preferred Hispanic visitors to blogs has grown by 82 percent. read more
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Aysha Siddika MinniThe High Court on Thursday turned down an appeal seeking cancellation of slain Rifat Sharif’s wife Ayesha Siddiqa Minni’s remand and said that HC would not interfere in this matter right now, reports UNB.A bench of justice FRM Nazmul Ahsan and justice Kamrul Kader passed the order when Supreme Court lawyer Faruk Hossain brought a newspaper report titled “Minni’s remand; no one beside her” to the court’s notice.”Now Minni has been accused in the case, right now we don’t want to interfere in it. There is also a scope to file the appeal with the subordinate court,” the court said.Minni’s husband Rifat Sharif, 22, was attacked with sharp weapons near the main gate of Barguna Government College. His wife Aysha Siddiqa Minni appeared to be trying to protect him during the attack in broad daylight caught on surveillance camera.Police arrested Minni on Tuesday night after a daylong interrogation. A court granted police five days to interrogate her in custody.Apart from Minni, 13 suspects have so far been arrested. Seven of them have reportedly confessed to their involvement in the murder. read more
MissingA young boy went missing after a speed boat sank in the Padma River on Tuesday morning, reports UNB.The boy is Deen Islam Hossain, 8, son of Siddiqur Rahman of Mollar Hawla village in Kauarchar of Barishal.Md Aminul Islam, in-charge of Mawa river police camp, said a speed boat overturned because of strong wind while going to Kathalbari terminal from Shimulia around 8:00am.It was carrying 19 passengers.Other speed boats rescued 18 passengers but Deen Islam remained missing, Aminul said. Members of Bangladesh Army, Fire Service and River Police are scouring the river.The eight-year-old, a grade three student, was going to his village home with his father Siddiqur Rahman and uncle Babul Hawlader from Dhaka.