Great presence of Mexico in IMEX America
More than 60 industry professionals participate in 30 booths, which highlights the participation of the main venues of the republic
With the presence of different actors from the Mexican tourism industry, such as hotels, companies, venues and representations of state governments, among others, Mexico will participate in the IMEX America International Fair, at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada
IMEX América is the first fair in which the Mexican pavilion is in charge of the CREA company, where the main challenge is to offer better alternatives to exhibitors and innovative ways of bringing them business.
With a participation of six thousand 300 decision makers, both from the market of corporate conventions, as well as from congresses of associations, and three thousand 500 exhibitors from 150 countries, IMEX America opens the door to attract business to our country, through participation active and the confidence of the Mexican exhibitors who continue betting on Business Tourism as one of the most important industries that Mexico has. Providing an image of unity is the basis for building a strategy that consolidates us on the world stage as a tourist, competitive and cutting-edge power.
The pavilion of Mexico in this meeting is represented by more than 60 industry professionals in 30 booths, which highlights the participation of the main precincts of the republic, such as Cintermex in Monterrey, Imperial World in Acapulco, Citibanamex Center in the City of Mexico and the new Mérida convention venue.
It also has the presence of authorities and businessmen from destinations such as Nuevo León, Baja California Sur, Quintana Roo, Riviera Nayarit, Guanajuato, CDMX and the main hotel chains with St. Regis, Marriot and Westin, among others.
On this occasion, thanks to the CREA organization, and unlike previous years, participants in the pavilion of Mexico will have the additional benefit of an invitation sent to more than five thousand international and 800 national buyers to visit them.
In addition, group appointments with international buyers are scheduled during the Fair, as well as individual appointments for Mexican pavilion exhibitors to maximize their commercialization. So far, there are more than 550 business appointments.
During the three days of the event there will be various activations to attract the audience attending the Mexican pavilion, which will result in more business options.
IMEX América is the first International Fair of this new stage where the presence of Mexico will be represented by the leaders of the Meetings Tourism sectors of the country.