MCI Opens Office in Santiago, Chile

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MCI has opened an office in Santiago, Chile.

The company, which is a key driver of innovation in the global meetings, events, association and congress industries, has expanded rapidly in Latin America since its 2009 debut and today serves a growing client-base through five offices in Brazil and Argentina.

According to the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) Rankings, Chile is the third leading destination in South America for events, conferences and meetings and registered an impressive growth of 8.1% in 2013.

Bringing the total number of Latin American offices to six, MCI Chile will reinforce the companys capacity to offer its unique solutions to local organisations and global clients looking to expand in this fast-growing market.

Lorena Santana Reuss, a renowned entrepreneur and engineer, will drive the strategic growth of MCI Chile as Managing Director.

With vast experience in experiential communication and marketing, event design, production and business development, Lorena and her team of 20, will tailor MCIs comprehensive engagement and activation solutions to the unique challenges and opportunities of this key market.

"MCI Chile will bring local companies, brands and associations innovative new ways to design, manage and measure their events to improve return on investment," said Mariano Castex, Managing Director, MCI LatAm. "Chile is building a reputation as an attractive, safe and competitive destination with appropriate capacity and infrastructure for international events. As of now, MCI has the local expertise and facilities to help corporate and association to develop their brands and association communities in this fast-paced new market."

MCI, Chile, Office, Santiago

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