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Hotel Industry Leaders Come Together for Conference Next Week in Miami, FL

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The Medical Tourism Association is proud to support the Hotel Opportunities Latin America (HOLA) conference to be held May 8th-10th in Miami, Florida, USA. This conference will give the MTA the chance to educate the hospitality industry about the many opportunities in the medical tourism industry. Patients traveling for medical care require special care, making the hospitality industry play an integral role in medical tourism.

HOLA is designed to provide an annual meeting place for hotel executives, investors, lenders, developers, and the professional advisory community who are interested in doing deals in one of the world's hottest hotel markets – Latin America. The conference is sponsored by the top international hospitality organization including, Brilla Group, Marriott, RCI and Wyndham.

The conference will address top issues in the industry and perspectives from the various countries in the region, including many government officials. Pablo Breard, Vice President, International Research for Scotiabank, will address a topic that is on the mind of many– the economy. With the global economy in the headlines, many are looking for new alternatives to better prepare themselves for the future. For example, many hotels are adding looking to attract medical tourists by developing a medical concierge package.

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