BTA co-hosts Miami dinner to ‘engage with niche jet-setter audience’
The Bermuda Tourism Authority highlighted the island at a special dinner for high net-worth individuals in Miami last month.
The dinner, sponsored by the BTA along with Worth magazine, was held in December in the midst of Art Basel, an international art fair held in Miami along with Switzerland, Hong Kong and Paris.
Devin Lewis, the vice-president of sales for the BTA, spoke at the dinner alongside Kiwan Anderson, the director of global communications, public relations and content development, putting Bermuda in the spotlight.
Mrs Lewis said the dinner was used as an opportunity to “engage with a niche jet-setter audience”.
“While there, Kiwan and I both spoke at the bustling event, focusing on Bermuda’s allure,” she said.
“Networking with over a dozen high net worth guests including Nicholas Air Private Jet Services, hotel developers and operators has resulted in one-on-one follow-ups."
Worth magazine highlighted the event recently at the Hakkasan restaurant, which was also sponsored by Aston Martin.
“Thanks to their contributions, this select group of guests had an exquisite dive into Cantonese cuisine and chinoiserie art and design,” the magazine said.
“The sensual and luxurious backdrop provided a truly one of a kind atmosphere that speaks of nothing less than the calibre of Hakkasan, the Fontainebleau Hotel, and all of the dinner’s sponsors.”