The site was designed by K2’s new travel group to promote Puerto Rico as an ideal setting for conventions, conferences and group events, and to generate qualified leads for PRCB. Billings were not disclosed.
Site visitors can gather enough practical information to create requests for proposals (RFPs) according to specific meeting requirements. The PRCB, in turn, expects to retrieve enough personalized data from the RFP’s to enhance the speed and quality of follow-up communications, and to curtail the need for cold sales calls to generate new business.
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