Mexico Meetings News
The Hacienda Tres Rios Resort, Spa & Nature Park was among six hotels in the world to receive the Green Globe High Achievement Award.
The Riviera Maya will host the World Travel & Tourism Council’s first Regional Summit in 2012.
Eduardo Chaillo, Executive Director for Meetings at the Mexico Tourism Board, was recently named to Successful Meetings' 25 Most Influential People in the Meetings Industry list
Puebla takes the 13th spot in the New York Times’ list of the top 45 places to go in 2012.
State tourism officials invest in Cozumel’s meetings infrastructure.
Mexico invests nearly $150 million USD in preparation for the 2012 G20 Summit.
Mexico City rebrands its signature international tourism fair.
Mexico Tourism Board’s Eduardo Chaillo wins JMIC’s Profile and Power Award for initiating PWC study on the economic impact of meetings in Mexico.
Margot Lee Shetterly explains to the Washington Post that Mexico is a big country with lots of safe, beautiful and historic places to visit.