International Association of Hispanic Meeting Professionals (IAHMP)
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1994-08-24 Miami FL USA
24 Aug 1994, Miami FL (USA). Registered in the State of Texas (USA).
Develop leadership and professional skills of Hispanic meeting professionals; encourage Hispanic students pursuing careers in the meetings and hospitality industry; stimulate interest in Hispanic culture and its potential for enhancing the meeting experience; create a community for celebration of the common interests of Hispanic meeting professionals; support Hispanic managerial positions within the meetings and hospitality industry; quantify and publicize the economic impact of Hispanic meetings and conventions; further industry and public recognition of the unique contribution of Hispanic meeting professionals; assist hospitality industry-related companies marketing to Hispanics.
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