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Great News for Orlando tourism industry

Orlando's tourism industry got great news on Oct. 15 The White House announced it would lift Covid-19 travel restrictions on Nov. 8 for fully vaccinated foreign nationals, putting an end to the historic ban keeping overseas visitors from China, Canada, Mexico, India, Brazil, much of Europe, and elsewhere from entering the U.S., Reuters reported.

What does this mean for Orlando?

The White House announcement is great news for Orlando's tourism industry which has seen record declines in overseas visitors over the past several months. The number of travelers from China peaked in September at around 11,000 people and then dropped to just 4,100 in October after it was announced that Beijing had the highest rate of Cov-19 infection out of any other country (Reuters). The pandemic led to travel bans across much of Europe and elsewhere; Mexico was particularly hard hit with a high percentage of its population becoming sick (N.Y. Times). European countries like Spain and Italy also saw steep declines in their tourism industry (N.Y. Times). Any lift on travel restrictions will be welcomed with open arms by Orlando's tourism industry.

The news is also significant for American companies which have seen their global exposure soar recently (N.Y. Times). The White House announcement came after New York City lifted its travel ban on Oct. 12 (Reuters), and Chicago lifted its ban the day before (chicagobusiness.com).

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As COVID-19 makes room for the United States and the world, ORLANDO PREPARES FOR WHAT’S COMING

We are all looking closely to the days ahead, while the coronavirus is making its way through the US, Orlando keeps every hotel door open and invites the tourist to come. On 3/10/2020 Clean Tec Outsourcing participated in the CFHLA Allied Council Breakfast. The panel of four recognized industry leaders gave their insights about their properties and the upcoming challenges. Suzi Brady ( AD1 Global Area Manager of the Western I-Drive / Comfort In I-Drive),  Keith Hess (Holiday Inn Resort Orlando Suites – Waterpark), Clint Militzer (SpringHill Suites & TownePlace Suites Orlando Lake Buena Vista at Palm Parkway) and Jim Olson (Vacation Villas at Fantasy World) shared with all the present allied members the projects they are planning in the near future, their expected occupancy and how they are facing the market recent changes.

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Clean Tec Outsourcing at Synapse Orlando 2021

Last Friday, October 15, 2021. Clean Tec Outsourcing was in an event where we experienced #synapseorlando, a fantastic way to see what’s coming for #Orlando and how is creating so much room for #entrepreneurs and technology companies to invest and have it as their headquarters. In this event, our employee Genibel Marin had the pleasure to meet the major of Orange County, Jerry Demings. We keep looking forward to what’s coming!

#technology #entrepreneur #outsourcing #fl #orlando

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Conference held by Mr. Scott Robbins, “The secrets to success”.

On March 3, our CTO team participated in the lunch and conference held by Mr. Scott Robbins, the Margaritaville Resort general manager. The objective was to share with the invited members of the CFHLA all the experiences, experiences, and stories related to the service of the hotel industry, its conference: “The secrets to success,” are precious tools for people who share the environment and the passion for offering the lowest quality standards.

CTO #HCCMO Outlook 2020

The #HCCMO Outlook 2020 was a wonderfully informative event, and a great opportunity to network with many Hispanic entrepreneurs who make Orlando the nation lead in Hispanic economic growth. Thank you to the President & CEO of the Orlando Economic Partnership, @Tim Giuliani, for the insights into our regional economy.

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