Acapulco is ready to host the National Congress of the Meetings Industry
The event will be held in a hybrid format from April 21 to 23 at Expo Mundo Imperial, Riviera Diamante Acapulco
With all the biosafety protocols in the face of the pandemic generated by Covid-19, Acapulco is ready to host the National Congress of the Meetings Industry (CNIR), from April 21 to 23, which will take place at Expo Mundo Imperial , Riviera Diamante Acapulco, in hybrid format initiating the reactivation in the destination of one of the sectors most affected by the global pandemic and setting the tone for the restart of this industry at the national level.
The event that will bring together 500 delegates representing the Mexican Council of the Meetings Industry (COMIR) from all over the country and more than 1,500 virtually, with the aim of sharing best practices for the reactivation of the sector, has contemplated a robust schedule of activities that will include an introductory course to the Meetings Industry, keynote conferences, value chain integration activities, simultaneous conferences, sports activities, and social events. Additionally, 50 academic sessions will be held, there will be an exhibition area (stands), networking area and digital experience.
Some of the confirmed speakers for the twenty-seventh edition of this event, which will also be the scene of the international congresses of the Mexican Association of Professionals in Fairs, Exhibitions, Congresses and Conventions (AMPROFEC) and MPI Chapter Mexico (Meeting Professionals International), They find Marcus Dantus from Shark Tank Mexico, Roy Campos from Consulta-Mitofsky, Enrique de la Madrid, Jaime Salazar, Victoria Holtz, Michael Smith among others.
In order to guarantee the safety and well-being of the participants, as well as reduce the risks of COVID-19, COMIR will provide pre-event, during the event and post-event assistance service, which will include conducting rapid tests to the attendees. , physical examination, specialized care in COVID-19 and the application "Online Screening" before and after the event.
Additionally, Acapulco has the Safe Travel Seal granted by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) for the implementation of strict sanitary protocols, international certifications and training for the local tourism industry to safeguard safety and security. well-being of locals and visitors, which makes this destination a ready place to receive this type of event with the highest quality.
It should be noted that, with this event, Acapulco not only restarts the gradual reactivation of an industry that, prior to the pandemic, contributed between 1.5% and 1.8% of the national GDP and represented 17% of the value of tourist demand, but also positions it as an example to follow for the reactivation of the congress and meetings segment, showing the commitment and preparation that both the destination and its service providers have to host events in a safe environment and guaranteeing the well-being of locals and visitors.