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Americas Conference® Event Date: November, 14, 2011

For media credentials, please submit request via email to eventinfo@miamiherald.com.


Americas Conference® Announcement—July 26, 2011

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Americas Conference® Announcement—August 20, 2010

For media credentials, please submit registration request to americasconference@newlink-group.com. For press inquiries please contact Newlink Group, 786-522-0176.


Americas Conference® Announcement—June 10, 2009

The Miami Herald and Florida International University’s Institute for Public Management and Community Service (IPMCS) announce this year’s Americas Conference® theme: “A time of recovery: Economic growth and political stability.”


New Partnership for the Americas Conference®—August 8, 2008

"New Leadership—New Focus: Good Governance and Economic Development in the Hemisphere”

The Miami Herald announces a new partnership with the State of Florida and Florida International University (FIU) for the Americas Conference®. The State’s office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development has partnered with the Institute for Public Management and Community Service (IPMCS), within FIU, to organize the First Conference on Good Governance in the Hemisphere.

The conference seeks to create a regional dialogue with the participation of national and regional officials, legislators (national, provincial/state), political parties, civil society, businesspersons and international organizations to deliberate on the best policies and practices in order to strengthen democracy and governance in the hemisphere.

This new partnership will provide additional programming to The Miami Herald theme of Free Trade, Energy and Security in Latin America. It will engage regional and sub national leaders to address the pressing issues of our times in order to promote more democratic practices within the region.


Americas Conference® Announcement—June 4, 2008

"New Leadership: New Focus? Free Trade, Energy and Security in Latin America"

Americas Conference® is the region's premier business and political forum on Latin America and the Caribbean. Last year, over 650 international executives and government leaders attended. The Miami Herald's credibility and extensive contacts have been critical factors in the conference's success. In 2008, adding the close participation of the Inter-American Development Bank will contribute to the success of the conference while incorporating new ideas and viewpoints to the program.

The theme of the conference "New Leadership: New Focus? Free Trade, Energy and Security in Latin America." From upcoming elections to labor flexibility, how will the region face these challenges? These issues and more will be examined throughout this critical one-day conference. Please mark your calendar and plan to attend! Register online (Registration opens July 10, 2008)

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  • Americas Conference® Press

    Americas Conference® Event Date: November, 14, 2011

  • Americas Conference® Registration

    Americas Conference® Registration Form • Registration: $100.00 USD (before October 30, 2011); $150.00 USD (after October 30, 2011). • Cancellations are subject to a $25 processing fee before August 30, 2011. Cancellations after October 30, 2011 are non-refundable.

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