Bench’s Partner for Latin America and the Caribbean, SAHIC, Warms Up for Its 2022 100% in Person Edition

The Premier Meeting for the Hospitality, Tourism and Real Estate Development Players in Latin America & the Caribbean is Scheduled to Take Place on March 14th and 15th at the Westin Playa Bonita in the Caribbean Hub of Panama City and it Welcomes New Part

USA, Miami, Florida. February 22, 2022

The Hospitality, Tourism and Real Estate players are warming up for the coming up new edition of the industries' most relevant gathering. SAHIC Latin America & The Caribbean, the Hotel and Tourism Investment iconic conference is taking place on March 14th and 15th in the city of Panama, a region's hub and an strategic meeting point for this forum that focuses on the most relevant businesses in both South and Central America.

The agenda for this year includes SAHIC's traditional panels on main stage with the participation of industry leaders including hoteliers; investors; bankers and renowned specialists, as well as the highly demanded colleagues debating and networking sessions that represent a unique opportunity for business development and industry growth by those that make the difference.

Debates about Resilience, Recovery & Reconstruction in Latin America & The Caribbean; Innovation in Hospitality - Trends in Hotel Design, Technology, New Lodging Concepts and the challenge to attract and retain talent; The financial agenda and Sustainability will be taking place during the conference's growing format of Tematic Round Tables (TRT´s), a unique environment to become an active participant in the modeling of the future of the industry.

As SAHIC prepares for its first in person meeting since the pandemic, its President & Founder, Arturo García Rosa, shows great excitement and enthusiasm: "We have been planning on this Panama edition for a long time. We wanted to be homed in a city that could easily welcome all key markets in the Latin American broader region. This 2022 SAHIC edition comes at perfect timing for our commitment to rethink, recover and raise the industry together. As our participants have long awaited for this to take place, we realize we are off to a historical edition."

Iván Eskildsen, Panama´s Minister of Tourism and a Panamanian entrepreneur with experience in the development of projects that focus on Panamanian traditions, customs, and sustainability, has also expressed his high expectations on SAHIC´s taking place. "I am a faithful believer that these are times of great opportunities to arise. As travelers' preferences and consumers' expectations in general are going through deep changes, we want to invite you to explore these great opportunities shaping together a better future for us all", said Eskildsen.

Further details on the agenda and keynote speakers will be unveiled by the organizers during the coming up weeks.



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