Welcome to MexHIC 2017

Like emerging hospitality markets over the world, Mexico and Central America offer complex but rewarding opportunities for hotel and resort development. HVS is pleased to announce the seventh annual Mexico Hotel and Tourism Investment Conference, or MexHIC 2017, a forum for interaction between market participants focused on defining market drivers, and visualizing a path for sound industry growth.

Powered by HVS, the world’s leading hotel and hospitality consultancy, MexHIC 2017 gives stakeholders a chance to hear from industry leaders and representatives of major hotel brands; network with developers, investors, lenders, and government officials; and engage the many challenges and opportunities of the Mexican and Central American lodging landscape.

MexHIC 2017 follows in HVS’ tradition of organizing leading hotel conferences around the world, including the NYU Hospitality Conference in New York, and annual conferences in China, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and the Caribbean. Join us March 16, 2017 in Mexico City to cultivate strategies for your hotel and resort program.

 

The Audience

  • Regional and International Hotel and Resort Investors
  • Hotel Chain Executives
  • Bankers, Lenders, and Investment Fund Representatives
  • Hotel, Resort, and other Hospitality Real Estate Developers
  • Hotel and Tourism Industry Entrepreneurs
  • Public and Private Hotel, Tourism, and Convention Agencies
  • Architects, Planners, and Interior Designers of Hotel, Resort, and Mixed-Use Projects
  • Individuals and Companies Seeking Investors for Proposed Hotel and/or Tourism Projects

Venue

MexHIC special rate available
through hotel telephone system
or click below:
Hilton Mexico CIty Hotel
Santa Fe Business District
Mexico City
 
Antonio Dovali Jaime No. 70
Col. Santa Fe
01219 Ciudad de México
(52) (55) 5985-9000

                                                    
               
               

 

Why Attend

  • To obtain a comprehensive understanding of business opportunities in the region.
  • To communicate directly with investors, banks, investment funds, and other project funding sources.
  • To get first-hand information about projects and market conditions.
  • To contact major market players, including investors, developers, international and regional hotel operators and franchisers, shared ownership companies, and other key players in hotel and tourism projects.
  • To become acquainted with current market variables, the most successful experiences, and the mistakes to be avoided through presentations of top-level speakers.