On September 2 and 3, the international convention of the 50+1 Collective will be held, which will bring together more than 500 women from different countries, including Mexico.
Magaly Fregoso Ortiz, director of the International Convention Center of Puerto Vallarta (CICPV) confirmed that in recent weeks new events have been confirmed to be held at the venue, which contributes to the generation of more economic revenue for the destination.
In this regard, she announced that on September 2 and 3 the international convention of the 50+1 Collective will be held, which will bring together more than 500 women from different countries, including Mexico.
The National Congress of Biomedical Engineering (CNIB-SOMIB) will be held from October 5 to 8, with approximately 4,500 participants.
In addition, October 9 and 10 will be the Congress of the National Union of Social Security Workers (SNTSS), which will bring together more than 1,200 people.
Expo Proveedores 2022, which brings together more than 60 companies dedicated to the tourism industry, will be held from October 11 to 13 and is expected to be attended by more than 3,000 people during the event.
On November 30 and December 1, 2 and 3, the Adventure Beach Cheer Dance competition returns to this venue, bringing together more than 4,500 attendees.
And for the closing of the year, an event with more than 6,000 attendees is planned.
Fregoso Ortiz announced that this week one more event has been added for March 2023, the XXXVI Congress of the Mexican Association of Members of Faculties and Schools of Nutrition A.C. (AMMFEN).
He highlighted the preference of local and regional clients who have contributed to the economic reactivation by choosing the venue to hold their events, as well as the joint work with the Fideicomiso de Puerto Vallarta TourismThe event is a fundamental part of the prospecting and closing of the congresses.
He highlighted the importance of the meetings tourism industry for the destination, as it contributes to hotel occupancy, economic spillover and job creation.
At the end of the year, he said, it is projected to generate an economic revenue of more than 592 million pesos (mdp), although this revenue will not yet be higher than that achieved in 2019, if it is exceeded in the number of events, with 38 more to be confirmed in the following weeks.
"This spillover is reflected in consumption in restaurants, hotels, cabs, or transportation platforms, tourist services."
The director of the CICPV recalled that the 15th edition of Nekomimicon was held over the weekend, an event that brought together more than 1,500 people, and which for the first time decided to leave its home in Nayarit to be held at this fairground.
For event organizers or planners who require more information, please contact the offices directly or call 322 226 2870 or go to cicpuertovallarta.com.