Having an international accreditation endorsed by the Convention Industry Council and being a part of a professional association is essential when it comes to generating trust in global clients within the meetings industry. Meeting Professionals International (MPI) and the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) are two examples of organizations with chapters in Mexico that train professionals at the highest level, while groups such as the National Association of DMCs (AMDEMAC) ensure the planner is working with professionals who “speak their language” and understand their needs. The process to become certified or be a member of these associations is not simple: for example, to be certified by the AMDEMAC a local DMC has to provide a series of documents and proof that it is a solid and respected business, contracts, letters of recommendation, proof of its relationship with a local CVB, and many other details. Mexico has always been known for the warmth of its people and the quality of its service, to which can be added an excellent level of professionalism in the production of all manner of meetings
and conventions-more than enough reason for the meeting planner to trust that their event will be a complete success.
Combine the colonial splendor and traditions of Merida with a post-event trip […][+]
Yucatan has a long tradition of hosting meetings and conventions event before the construction of its first convention center, the Yucatán Siglo XXI, in 1999. Back then, the different hotels in the area along the Avenida Colón would welcome attendees and spread the events among their on-site venues. Today, the “White City” of Merida is set to confirm its position among the top ten cities within Mexico’s meetingsindustry.[+]
Cancun is a city in Mexico located in the Yucatan Peninsula that […][+]