ICCA announces event in Brazil in 2022
The president of the Latin American Chapter Tatiana Orozco confirmed the organization of an event in Brazil in the second half of 2022
Once again, the international congress and convention sector confirms its importance by being honored by the tourism trade in an event held by the International Congress and Convention Association – ICCA, with the support of the FIEXPO Group, in São Paulo. André Reis from EMBRATUR, Débora Gonçalves from the Ministry of Tourism, Toni Sando from the São Paulo Convention & Visitors Bureau and Unedestinos, Juliana Aranega from MPI, Roque Baudean from Tourism in Uruguay, Rodrigo Ramos and Tiago Tomazella from the Secretary of Tourism and Trips from the State of São Paulo, Patrícia Masche from Rio CVB, Visit Iguassu and Salvador Destination and representatives of other important entities. And the companies Fiera Milano Brasil, WTC Sheraton São Paulo and Meliá Hotels.
During the meeting, the president of the Latin American Chapter, Tatiana Orozco and Cintia Mari Hayashi, vice president of the Latin American Chapter, announced the organization of an event of the entity in Brazil, in the second half of 2022. Brazilian community that has been supporting us and we want to reinforce the actions here in the country, such as the event we are going to hold here.”, completes Tatiana.
“We are mobilizing together with EMBRATUR to participate in FIEXPO in Panama and thus represent ICCA and Brazil, in what is one of the most relevant events in the MICE segment in Latin America. The representation of Brazil in this market is very important to boost the generation of tourism business in our country”, highlights Cintia.
“The FIEXPO Group is very happy to sponsor this event, the first of many scheduled for this year. The potential of Brazil and the qualification of its professionals is incredible. We want to put the country in the spotlight on the Latin American scene.”, concludes Santiago González, development director of the FIEXPO Group.
The location chosen for the meeting was the iconic Alexandre Mackenzie Building, also known as the Light Building. Built in the 1920s, the building stands out in the center of São Paulo, offering an exclusive view, and houses the ABARU Bar and Restaurant, in the Priceless gastronomic space.