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  • Tourism continues to be a major employers in this community with only slight declines overall; - 1.8%
    This is in stark contrast to other sectors which are seeing unemployment at the 10% level
  • Even through a challenging year we have been able to retain the majority of our customers following a record year
    With the dollar weakened against major international currencies we are in a good position to further capitalize on the international market which represents 50% of our business
  • The destination is selling app. the same amount of rooms as it did last year; This speaks to the strength of demand and the MIAMI brand.
  • We are in a global economic crisis that has especially impacted RevPar;
    The additional inventory of more than 4,200 new rooms added additional downward pressure on room rates
  • The global economic crisis has resulted in lower less revenue generated by the Tourist related that help
  • One of the highlights this past year was hosting International Pow Wow
    Timing could not have been better
    Thank government partners, especially Miami-Dade; Chairs and volunteers
    $350 million of $3.5 billion transacted flows back to our community.
    Best ever… with Customer Service as its hallmark
  • First time ever that there were dedicated Customs line at the airport for these very important customers
  • To further take advantage of this increased service – especially in the international front, GMCVB has expanded it international footprint by adding new offices this past year in Canada, Colombia
    This supplements existing offices in Brazil, Argentina, UK, Germany, France, Mexico,
    Looking to add Peru, Ecuador, Costa Rica and Italy
  • 15 museums.
  • Miami Spa month this year included 30 v. 20 last year – record number
  • Miami Spice included 115 restaurants this past tear – record number
  • Miami Attraction Month – First Ever
  • Miami Health promotes medical tourism
    Partnership with:
    - Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce and Baptist Health International Center of Miami - Florida International University College of Medicine- Jackson International- Mercy Hospital- Miami Children's Hospital - UHealth—University of Miami Health System
  • As part of Mayor Bower’s Blue Ribbon Committee process sheparded by the Miami Beach VCA, the GMCVB launched the MIA ROI program to further showcase the incentives that this destination has to offer including the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce’s IN CARD.
  • American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology November 7-9, 2009 • Attendance: 4,000 • Economic Impact: $5.1 million
    Kenes International Parkinsons Conference December 13-16, 2009 • Attendance: 4,200 • Economic Impact: $8.2 million
    Society of Critical Care Medicine January 10-12, 2010 • Attendance: 5,000 • Economic Impact: $4.6 million
    American Academy of Dermatology March 6-9, 2009 • Attendance: 15,000 • Economic Impact: $12 million
    American Institute of Architects June 10-12, 2010 • Attendance: 15,000 • Economic Impact: $14 million
    Just these five have 43,000 delegates and app. $44 million in economic impact
    Kudos to Ita Moriarty and the entire Convention Sales team
  • While B2B typically means business to business; at the GMCVB it symbolizes our “Back to Basics” strategy in the coming year
    We will be playing to our core strengths
    Actually expanding efforts in our core markets and customers
    While maintaining efforts in Developing markets through partners like Visit Florida and U.S. Travel
    Counting on the continued support of the membership and industry to make this possible.
  • Speaking of partnership – this past year we were able to dramatically expand our marketing outreach – even through difficult times – through a unique partnership that resulted in app. $4 million incremental dollars promoting Miami as a destination to live work play and meet. – MIAMI WHERE WORLD MEET.
  • Program would not have been possible without the leadership of Peter Dolora and support from Miami Dade County
    Other partners include Beacon Council, MIA, Seaport with Miami DDA and Baptist Health joining us in phase 2
  • While B2B typically means business to business; at the GMCVB it symbolizes our “Back to Basics” strategy in the coming year
    We will be playing to our core strengths
    Actually expanding efforts in our core markets and customers
    While maintaining efforts in Developing markets through partners like Visit Florida and U.S. Travel
    Counting on the continued support of the membership and industry to make this possible.
  • Fully implemented the Miami begins with Me program at all host hotels, airport, event venues
    Partnership with Miami Dade College Center for Service Excellence
  • Experience and partnership during POW WOW has allowed us to developed a customized program for the airport – Miami begins with MIA.
    Once again a partnership with Miami Dade College and Miami Beach VCA
  • Click here for the Annual Meeting PowerPoint Presentation

    1. 1. 2009 Annual Meeting
    2. 2. Julia Ebner Florida Grand Opera’s Young Performers Organization
    3. 3. Video of Flag & National Anthem
    4. 4. William D. Talbert III, CDME President & CEO
    5. 5. Honorable Matti H. Bower Mayor of Miami Beach
    6. 6. William D. Talbert III, CDME President’s Report
    7. 7. Hospitality Jobs (October through September) Percent change: -1.7% 104,800 103,000 People Employed
    8. 8. Number of Overnight Visitors (October through July) 10,438,700 10,132,773 International Domestic Domestic : -3.7% International: -2.1% Total: -2.9%
    9. 9. Rooms Sold (October through August) Percent change: -1.7% 10,248,987 10,078,628 Total Rooms Sold
    10. 10. Rooms Available (August 2008 v. August 2009) Percent change: 10% Total Rooms Available
    11. 11. Market Share (Top 25 Hotel Markets) Percent change: 6.3% Market Share
    12. 12. Global Revenue Per Available Room (Rev Par) Beijing -54.1% Madrid -40.1% Mexico City -38.4% Dubai -35.3% Buenos Aires -34.6% New York City -32.4% Sydney -30.5% Toronto -28.8% London -26.9% Paris -26.1% Sao Paulo -23.6% Rome -23.0% Greater Miami -22.8% Berlin -20.9% January through August (2009 vs. 2008)
    13. 13. Revenue – Tourist Related Taxes (October through September Collections) Miami Beach Miami-Dade County (excluding Miami Beach) Miami Beach : -1.7% Miami-Dade County: -13.2% Total Tourist Tax: - 10.3% $113,638,719$126,753,801
    14. 14. International Representation Network • Argentina • Brazil • France • México • United Kingdom Historical Network Recent Additions • Canada • Colombia Future Expansion • Costa Rica • Ecuador • Italy • Peru • Venezuela
    15. 15. Convention Sales 2008-2009 Activity • Leads 1,166 • Bookings 524 • Total Room Nights 340,131 Economic Impact to Greater Miami: $160 Million
    16. 16. Upcoming Conventions • American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (Nov. 7 - 9) • Kenes International Parkinsons Conference (Dec. 13 - 16) • Society of Critical Care Medicine (Jan. 10 - 12) • American Academy of Dermatology (Mar. 6 - 9) • American Institute of Architects (June 10 - 12) Total Delegates: 43,000 Economic Impact: $44,000,000
    17. 17. Major Upcoming Events
    18. 18. Gene Prescott Board Chair
    19. 19. Partners
    20. 20. Convention Center Expansion
    21. 21. Travel Promotion Act
    22. 22. Steven Haas Board Chair-Elect
    23. 23. William D. Talbert III, CDME President & CEO
    24. 24. Miguel Peña President, Southern Florida Concierge Association
    25. 25. Nominees for Concierge of the Year • Noel Lanzas – The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach • Francois Calixte – Conrad Miami • Rafael Velazquez – Sofitel Miami • Tatiana Echeverri – Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach
    26. 26. Concierge of the Year Winner Francois Calixte Conrad Miami
    27. 27. William D. Talbert III, CDME President & CEO
    28. 28. November 20-22, 2009
    29. 29. Thank You
    30. 30. 2009 Annual Meeting

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