The most important forum for executives from the Hotel, Tourism and Real Estate development sectors in Latin America and the Caribbean is scheduled to take place at the Westin Playa Bonita in Panama City
The main players in the Hotel, Tourism and Real Estate sectors are warming up for the next new edition of the most relevant meeting in the industry. SAHIC Latin America & The Caribbean, the iconic conference dedicated to investments in hotels and tourism, will take place on March 14 and 15 in Panama City, a hub in the region and a strategic meeting point for this forum that will be focuses on the most relevant businesses in the sector in the Latin American & Caribbean region.
The agenda for this year includes the traditional SAHIC panels on the main stage with the participation of industry leaders, including hoteliers; investors; renowned bankers and specialists, as well as the highly demanded discussion and networking sessions between colleagues that represent a unique opportunity for business development and industry growth hand in hand with those who make a difference.
Debates on Resilience, Recovery and Reconstruction in Latin America and the Caribbean; Innovation in Hospitality - Trends in Hotel Design, Technology, New Lodging Concepts and the challenge of attracting and retaining talent; The financial and sustainability agenda will take place during the Thematic Round Tables (TRTs), a space created by the organizers that grows in demand at each meeting. There, the participants take a leading role in the conference and in shaping the future of the industry.
While SAHIC prepares for the return of its in-person edition since the pandemic, its President & Founder, Arturo García Rosa, shows great happiness and great expectations:
“We have been planning this edition of Panama for a long time. We wanted to be located in a city that could easily welcome all the markets in the region. This edition of SAHIC 2022 comes at the perfect time for our commitment to rethink, recover and grow the industry together. Our participants, who have been in contact virtually during these times, are highly anticipating the return to face-to-face attendance at this important annual meeting. We know that we are facing a very attractive edition.”
Iván Eskildsen, Minister of Tourism of Panama and a Panamanian businessman with experience in the development of projects that focus on Panamanian traditions, customs and sustainability, has also expressed his high expectations for the realization of SAHIC. “I am a faithful believer that these are times of great opportunities to arise. As traveler preferences and consumer expectations in general are undergoing profound changes, we want to invite you to explore these great opportunities that together form a better future for all”, said Eskildsen.
The organizers will release more details about the agenda and keynote speakers in the coming weeks.