The Panama Convention Center (PCC) was selected as a finalist in the category of Best International Venue at the prestigious EN Awards 2023, held in the city of London. This recognition is the result of the effort, dedication and excellence in handling, management, quality of service and commitment of its employees.
It fills us with pride and satisfaction to be in the top 5 of the best international venues at the EN Awards 2023 in London. Without a doubt, it is a great achievement for Panama, and this is the result of the work and effort to provide an exceptional experience to all our clients and attendees of the different events held in our facilities. This reaffirms our commitment to attract international events and continue to position Panama as an emerging destination for the meetings and conventions tourism, said Rodolfo Del Valle, director of the Panama Convention Center.
The EN Awards are one of the most important event industry awards worldwide, and the Panama Convention Center’s inclusion among the finalists is a remarkable achievement. The Best International Venue category is particularly competitive and recognized, which makes this nomination even more significant.
The Panama Convention Center was listed as a finalist in this category, alongside other globally recognized convention centers such as the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, Bruges Meeting & Convention Centre, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, as well as the RAI Amsterdam.
It is important to highlight that the Panama Convention Center’s inclusion in the list of finalists is not only a recognition of the center’s excellence, but also a boost for tourism and Panama’s economy. The event and convention industry are a key sector in the economic growth of any country, and the PCC’s inclusion in the EN Awards 2023 will undoubtedly attract the attention of event organizers and entrepreneurs from all over the world.
The Panama Convention Center connects people from all over the world through live experiences, through convention and meeting tourism, driving, and contributing to the socioeconomic and tourism development of Panama, through a circle of progress that impacts the different stakeholders.