CustomerCount has joined the distinguished group of tourism, hospitality and resort timesharing companies sponsoring the AMDETUR convention May 21-23 at the Mazatlán International Center, Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico.
AMDETUR (The Mexican Association of Tourism Developers) has been instrumental in promoting a common front focusing on defining an appropriate regulatory framework to allow the growth of the Mexican real estate tourism industry.
This will be the third year that CustomerCount is the official event feedback system for the convention. Attendees will be given several opportunities to provide their opinions on the entire experience from beginning to end.
According to Carlos Marchi, CustomerCount’s Executive Vice President of Sales for Mexico and Latin America: “AMDETUR attendees come from Mexico, North America, the Caribbean and Latin America. Since the feedback system is fluent in 40 languages, it is extremely advantageous in gathering information and reporting back to the convention management team.”
Robert Kobek, President of CustomerCount said “CustomerCount’s presence in Mexico, the Caribbean and Latin America is in growth mode. We are glad to support the work of AMDETUR by sponsoring a breakfast and are pleased to have the opportunity to introduce our survey system along with all of its recent upgrades and enhancements to attendees at this event.”
The Mexican Resort Developers’ Association (AMDETUR) is a tourism industry organization that acts as a liaison between federal, state, and municipal authorities and private enterprise in the timeshare and vacation ownership sector, a part of the tourism industry that has seen a steady growth of 4% a year since 2009.
AMDETUR works for the defense of common interests of its members, by promoting capital investment in growing tourism in Mexico, serving as a consultation body for government authorities, collaborating with public agencies and private enterprise in promoting training program and creating channels of communication for the purpose of unifying and harmonizing criteria for private sector participation.
The Mexican Resort Developers’ Association (AMDETUR) was founded on July 13, 1987 (30 years ago) and represents 90% of resort developers in investors in the Mexican Timeshare and Vacation Ownership industry.
These include exchange companies, investors, sellers, operators, real-estate brokers, law firms and consultants. It has a nationwide presence through local chapters in Mazatlán, Los Cabos, Puerto Vallarta-Riviera Nayarit, Manzanillo, Acapulco, Ixtapa-Zihuatanejo, Cancun-Mayan Riviera, and Cozumel.
A Spanish version of this press release is available here: