AMG is an active member of a number of trade societies and associations and regularly attends industry networking events on behalf of our clients. Presence at events gives us the opportunity to recognise, create, or act upon business opportunities, strengthen existing relationships, as well as meet new industry players
ANTOR is the principle lobbying organisation for the world's tourist offices. Its UK membership comprises of national and regional tourist offices which are represented in Britain. Its objectives include providing a fraternal forum for its members to meet and exchange ideas, to forge close relationships with all other sectors of the travel industry; to be recognised as one of the foremost advocates of responsible tourism and to comment on a wide range of issues affecting worldwide travel and tourism. ANTOR celebrated its 65th anniversary in 2017. AMG's team are active members of ANTOR on behalf of our destination clients, Tobago Tourism Agency Ltd and Nassau Paradise Island Promotion Board. Our Joint CEO, Nadine Rankin, sits on the board of the association and acts as Treasurer.
The Institute of Travel & Tourism (ITT) is dedicated to working on behalf of its industry Members by creating a series of events for the discussion and sharing of industry issues, as well as the opportunity to network with industry peers and colleagues. It works towards raising and maintaining professional standards in the travel industry, through the Continued Personal Development (CPD) and training of individuals, whilst providing a platform and guidelines for the formal recognition of individual progress through the industry, which become the standards in our industry sector. The three directors of AMG are all members of the ITT.
The CTO Chapter UK and Europe is a private public sector partnership representing more than 100 travel related companies - from airlines and cruise lines, to tour operators, hotel representatives, destinations and tourist attractions. All our members are dedicated professionals willing to share their expertise and provide valuable assistance to travellers and travel organisers, making travel plans to the Caribbean. Our Joint CEO, Nadine Rankin, sits on the board of the CTO Chapter UK & Europe and acts as Treasurer.
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Karibik A39-member trade association based in Germany, enabling tourist boards, hotel representatives, airlines and cruise lines to work together to promote tourim to the Caribbean region within the German-speaking markets. AMG participates in a number of events on behalf of its clients and contributes content to regular eblasts out to agents in the German-speaking markets.