Resonance Consultancy EVP Elected to the Caribbean Tourism Organization Board of Directors

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Richard Cutting-Miller will help the organization’s ambitious tourism, development and sustainability goals for 2017, based on Resonance’s deep research and expertise in the Caribbean.

Richard Cutting-Miller
Resonance has worked in the Caribbean region for many years, and it’s so rewarding and humbling to be invited to help shape the future of this rapidly growing tourism market.

Richard Cutting-Miller went to Barbados to share Resonance Consultancy’s 2016 Caribbean Tourism Quality Index and returned with a high-profile board of directors post.

The Executive Vice President of Resonance, a global travel and tourism, strategy, research and design consultancy, was elected to the coveted and influential position of a member of the Caribbean Tourism Organization board of directors ­– the highest executive body of the 30-country-and-territory organization, with the objective to provide to and through its members the services and information necessary for the development of sustainable tourism for the economic and social benefit of the Caribbean people.

Resonance’s Cutting-Miller will help the CTO with its vision to position the Caribbean as the most desirable, year-round, warm-weather destination by 2017, under the mandate of “Leading Sustainable Tourism – One Sea, One Voice, One Caribbean.”

“Resonance has worked in the Caribbean region for many years, and it’s so rewarding and humbling to be invited to help shape the future of this rapidly growing tourism market,” Cutting-Miller says of his appointment.

The board elections were held as part of Caribbean Tourism Organization’s State of the Tourism Industry Conference (SOTIC) last week, where Cutting-Miller shared the 2016 Caribbean Tourism Quality Index for the second year in a row, an exclusive measurement and ranking of the competitive performance of 28 Caribbean destinations from a tourism development perspective.

The index quantifies the supply-side strengths, weaknesses and competitiveness of each destination in 17 different tourism asset categories.

Find out which Caribbean destination ranked highest, plus get the latest intelligence on Caribbean tourism performance in the past year by downloading the free Resonance 2016 Caribbean Tourism Quality Index here:

About Resonance Consultancy

Resonance Consultancy creates tourism development strategies, plans and brands that shape the future of places around the world. The company provides leading public and private sector organizations with research, strategic planning, development strategy and branding to help realize the full potential of developments, destinations and communities. To learn more about Resonance Consultancy, visit

About Richard Cutting-Miller

Richard Cutting-Miller is a senior Travel & Tourism industry executive with more than 25 years of international experience, focused on Travel & Tourism strategy, policy and planning, economic and travel trends research, policy analysis, lobbying and advocacy. He is author of several tourism economics, travel trends and policy reports for the Caribbean region and a number of individual Caribbean destinations on behalf of the World Travel & Tourism Council, CTO, the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association and individual Ministers / Directors of Tourism.

Cutting-Miller has worked in more than 65 countries and 350 destinations around the world. To learn more about Richard Cutting-Miller, visit

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