Cievents opens office in Mexico

Cievents has opened an office in The Americas as it continues to grow its global presence.

Natalie Simmons
Natalie Simmons

Mexico is the newest destination for the cievents team as it expands into Latin America.

Commenting on the new office, global general manager of cievents Natalie Simmons, said: "We are very excited to be opening our first office outside of North America in Mexico City.

"As we focus on the large and exciting LATAM Meetings and Events market and work on the expansion of cievents' offering into LATAM, Mexico is the logical choice. The team in Mexico is an experienced group of event professionals, having worked across multiple industry segments.

"Under the cievents banner, they will continue to grow our corporate customer base and deliver experiences that engage and inspire for the Mexico market as we grow in LATAM. cievents has this year grown its operations in the USA with new offices in San Francisco and New Jersey, and this opening will further underpin our service offering across The Americas."

General manager of The Americas Susan Fitzgerald added: "We are very excited to be growing our Americas structure with the addition of a cievents team in Mexico City. This is a very significant market for meetings and events and the gateway to LATAM which is an important market for us. Now with operations in Canada, USA and Mexico, we are well placed to service our growing base of multinational customers and their needs across the Americas and LATAM."

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