Regarding the economic spill that this event will leave in the port, Terán Tirado commented that they expect to report more than 65 million pesos, as well as an approximate of 38 thousand occupied rooms in the local hotel sector
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- During the presentation of what will be the first massive event in Mazatlán, after more than a year of pandemic, the Secretary of Economic Development, Tourism, and Fisheries of the Mazatlán City Council, Luis Eusebio Terán Tirado, informed that the Convention Center will resume its functions as of June.
With an event that will bring together countries such as the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Israel, France and Mexico, it is estimated that more than 15 thousand participants will meet in the three days of the event called Info Agro Exhibition, according to what was reported by Terán Thrown away
“Info Agro Exhibition is an international event dedicated to the agricultural sector that will take place from June 9 to 11 at the Mazatlán Convention Center, an event where 15 thousand attendees from different countries such as Holland, Italy, will participate. Spain, Israel, France, and Mexico, where the more than 300 exhibitors who will participate will enjoy themselves, letting them know that this event will be held under strict hygiene protocols, “the official reported.
“It will mark the return of the great conventions to our municipality, after the great impact experienced by the Mazatlan congress and conventions segment,” he added.
Regarding the economic spill that this event will leave in the port, Terán Tirado commented that they expect to report more than 65 million pesos, as well as approximately 38 thousand occupied rooms in the local hotel sector.
“The occupation of more than 38 thousand room nights is expected during the event and we estimate that the economic spill that this event will leave the municipality will be greater than 65 million pesos,” he said.
He stressed that this would be the first massive event in Mazatlán, so he will be reactivating the work of the Convention Center.
“In addition to the fact that this event marks the reactivation of the most important site of our port and municipality, the Convention Center, which although it would be,” he concluded.