October 22, 2014

Dear Colleague;

One of the things that the people of Central America and the Caribbean have been able to count on for almost four decades, is that CCAA will give them a voice, every Fall, to address their strengths, their concerns, and their emerging opportunities. The 38th Annual Conference on the Caribbean and Central America will take place at the JW Marriott Marquis, in Miami, FL, from November 19-21.

Be with us in four weeks to be a part of the discussion, the networking, and the learning. Together with our Conference co-hosts at Enterprise Florida, as well as with our strategic partners at The Beacon Council, the Florida International Bankers’ Association, Miami Dade County – Economic Development and International Trade Unit, PortMiami, and World Trade Center Miami, we look forward to seeing you.

A full agenda is attached (or available here). Leaders from the worlds of trade, energy, finance, and transportation are just some of the diverse group of experts who will be with you in Miami.

Register now for CCAA’s Annual Conference; click here and be a part of the event that puts the region’s economic development agenda at the forefront every year.

The special rate for the host hotel will be subject to availability as of tomorrow, October 23. There are still rooms left, but make your reservations now before all rooms are gone. Please visit the special reservations portal here to book your room.

Exhibit space is filling up. All tabletop space has been reserved and there are just a few booths left. If you are interested in being a part of this year’s exhibit, please contact Gwendolyn Siegel at gsiegel@c-caa.org for information on booth pricing and availability.

Sponsorship Opportunities are also available. Please contact Nathan Tuebner (ntuebner@c-caa.org) for more information. For questions on registration, collaborations, and media partners, contact Gwendolyn Siegel at gsiegel@c-caa.org.

Sincerely,Sally Yearwood
Executive Director

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CCAA is a non-governmental organization that promotes private sector-led economic development in the Caribbean Basin. More information on the organization and the Annual Conference can be found at CCAA’s website at www.c-caa.org.