The registration for the Conference and Trade Fair of Cruises of the FCCA is opened
It will take place in San Juan, Puerto Rico from October 21 to 25 and will connect participants with more than 100 high level executives of the member lines
The Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA), a trade association that represents the mutual interests of Caribbean and Latin American destinations and stakeholders together with the Member Lines that operate 95 percent of the global cruise capacity, is pleased to announce that the inscription is open for the 26th Annual Conference and Trade Fair of Cruises of the FCCA, the largest and only conference and trade fair for official cruise tourism in the region. It will take place in San Juan, Puerto Rico from October 21 to 25 and will connect participants with more than 100 high level executives of the Member Lines that are expected for a series of meetings, workshops and networking opportunities focused on the development of understanding. mutual and success
"The record attendance last year of more than 150 representatives of Member Lines - including 11 presidents and higher - again demonstrated the interest of the cruise industry in not only working directly with destinations and stakeholders, but also listening to their needs and understand how to develop long-term mutual success, "said Michele Paige, president of the FCCA. "We hope to present these opportunities again, while improving them with new attractions to optimize the valuable interactions of the conference participants and the exhibitors of the trade fair with representatives of the Member Lines".
Conference participants will have access to workshops, led by cruise executives and successful stakeholders, focused on topics ranging from the attraction and satisfaction of various cruise and cruise ship guests, to the filling of supply ships and employees - with the priority conferred to the needs of the participants through most of the workshops that encourage participation.
All participants will also have unique opportunities to meet cruise executives during networking activities during the event.
Moreover, pre-registered delegates will be able to choose from a host of cruise executives for one-on-one meetings where they can give a presentation and receive everything from individual opinions to potential businesses, with almost 100 cruise executives scheduled one-on-one meetings. one in 2018. Delegates will also enjoy premium attractions such as the VIP lounge frequented by cruise executives, and event transfers.
The trade fair will expand the emphasis on the influential audience. Any kiosk will display a product, a company or a destination, and pavilion options are available to increase the impact with large sizes, privileged locations and the ability to display a destination or company as a team. In addition, the pavilions of the trade fair will again include space for private meetings coordinated by the FCCA, with the launching in this year's event of new ways to maximize the popular initiative presented last year.
For more information and how to register, visit www.F-CCA.com/Conference