Luxembourg Extends Cooperation to Nicaraguan Hotels

The European country decided to extend the hospitality training program, in which it has already invested $5.6 million, for 2 years.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

The investment was used in the construction of the National School of Tourism and Hospitality, equipment and technical assistance for the project.

Máximo Rugama wrote in "The extension of the Modern School of Tourism and Hospitality which operates in the Polytechnic Institute of Estelí and where future cooking specialists will be trained was recently inaugurated. This extension was opened by cooperation representatives of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, which has unconditionally supported these types of projects for several years."

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A Tourism School for Granada

May 2015

Preparations are being made for the opening of a training center to improve the quality of services provided in the main tourist city of Nicaragua.

The Tourism School will focus on training for businesses in the city of Granada, with an academic program focused on "... providing accommodation, reception techniques, food handling, tour guides and techniques for guides, among other things. "

Sustainable Rural Tourism in Nicaragua

March 2013

According to industry players, rural community tourism is growing "slowly, but surely."

According to Harold Ramos, president of the Nicaraguan Network of Rural Tourism (Renitural), agritourism and rural community tourism , "is something that is developing slowly, but surely."

HSBC Business School Inaugurated in Panama

June 2012

With an investment of $500,000, the center has the capacity to train 500 people and to train bank staff.

The HSBC Business School, the first virtual office in Panama, was opened to train new employees and to ensure the bank’s quality of service.

The amount invested for the implementation of this center is around $500,000 and the site is located in Galerías Plaza Carolina.

Tax Benefits for Tourism SMEs in Nicaragua

April 2013

The reduction to $25,000 on the minimum amount of investment required to enjoy tax exemptions opens up opportunities in a rising tourism sector.

Previously, small and medium enterprises in Nicaragua had to invest a minimum of $50,000 in order to qualify for tax benefits, but from this year the minimum investment has been lowered to $25,000.

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