It’s now August, the height of the summer tourist season, and Nicosia accommodation is bustling with holidaymakers. But like the best Nicosia hotels, Hypnos by Bed n’ Mix is busy preparing for the many business delegates who arrive for the autumn conference and exhibition events held in Nicosia, and in other Cyprus cities every year.
From the 1980s and 90s onwards, Cyprus has rapidly evolved to become a recognised global business and services centre for tourism, finance and real estate. Today is estimated to bring in more than three quarters (80 per cent) of the island’s income and employment. Business and economic growth hit nearly 4 per cent in 2018 with the professional services sector achieving an average rise of 6–7 per cent over 24 months.
International investors and researchers
It is no surprise to see a wide range of business events being held across Cyprus. The increasing variety reflect the many business and services sectors that continue to attract international visitors, from investors and entrepreneurs to researchers and academics. Here are just a brief rundown of some of the business events due in early autumn…
It’s likely that the first “back to school” guests will be booking to attend The International Conference on Language, Education, and Culture to be held at the Lord’s Palace Hotel SPA Casino, Girne (Mon 2 – Fri 6 September). Girne is located in north Cyprus, around 20 kms (12 mls) from central Nicosia). Between 500-1000 delegates are expected to attend. September also sees The Credit Risk Management Conference (Wed 25) at the Hilton Park, Nicosia, in which the latest trends inside – and outside of Cyprus – will be discussed.
Compliance, Supply Chain and Hydrocarbons
On October 4th, the Hilton Park will also be hosting the International Compliance Forum. With around 500 delegates who will hear how organisations can use the application of compliance as a way to give their business a competitive edge. In the same month (Thu 24) the Conference & Exhibition of Supply Chain & Logistics at the Filoxenia Conference Centre, Aglantzia will examine solutions that deliver cost savings in storage and distribution. The Centre is located around 7 kms south east of Nicosia.
It’s anticipated that the Cyprus Summit, taking place on Mon 4 and Tue 5 November, will attract around 1000 attendees. Among the key issues to be discussed is the role that Cyprus can play as significant energy producer as the result of recent exploration into hydrocarbons.
The above brief dip into the autumn schedule of conferences is only the start of a busy season of business events for luxury boutique hotels in Cyprus.
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