Alexander Rodionov, DMCP, CMP, Managing Director & Owner of Tsar Events DMC & PCO, ADME International Recognition Award 2016 Winner as Destination Management Professional of the Year
Alexander Rodionov, DMCP, CMP - Managing Director & Owner of Tsar Events DMC & PCO, a Hosts Global Alliance member has won ADME International Recognition Award as Destination Management Professional of the Year.
HOTEL OF THE WEEK
American Trade Hotel and Hall opened its doors in Fall 2013 in Panama City, occupying a restored landmark building in Casco Viejo. The property stands at the ecological and cultural crossroads of the Americas, deeply connected to both the historic Old Quarter and the nascent new Panama City.
From January to May 2017, Panama received a total of 102,388 European tourists, a 25.4 per cent increase on the same period in 2016, according to data from the Panama Tourism Authority. Visitors come mostly from Spain, Germany, France, Italy and the Netherlands, who choose Panama for its nature and culture.
VENUE OF THE WEEK
Unique venue for your event, have a themed dinner — Pirate Themed Dinner, Traditional Folklore Style Dinner, Gala Dinner on the ruins of Old City.
Founded on August 15, 1519, by Spanish conquistador Pedro Arias de Ávila, the city of Panamá was the first European settlement along the Pacific which was later destroyed by Capitan Henry Morgan.
The 2017 ASTIN / AFIR Colloquia will take place in the beautiful coastal city of Panama from August 21–24, 2017 at the Grand Sheraton Hotel. The event will feature plenary keynote speakers such as: Paul Embrechts, David Ingram and Clemente Cabello, the Regulatory Panel «Are regulators bridge builders» with Regulators from Mexico, Panama, Canada and Portugal, moderated by Professor Karel Van Hulle, concurrent presentations from leading researchers´ and practitioners ‘research and educational workshops.
Industry UpdatesAUGUST 2017
Panama is the only place in the world where you can see the sun rise on the Pacific and set on the Atlantic.
The Panama Canal generates fully one-third of Panama's entire economy.
Central America, bordering both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, between Colombia and Costa Rica