North America and the Caribbean Regional Meeting, November 6 – 8, 2015

NA Conference 2015

 


Hotel Reservations:

BPW_International_North_AmPAtt095-513542

                                              

 

Visit the Hotel website: www.westingrandcayman.com

 

Conference information links:


Conference Registration

 

Registration schedule

Early discount rate:  July 1 thru Oct 2  $330 
Regular Rate:   Oct 3 thru Nov 1  $370
Late/on-site rate:  Nov 2 thru Nov 7 $440
Guest registration for Saturday’s 85th Celebration $ 75 
Sunday Only Registration    $100

  

                                           
Registration fee includes: Thursday’s tour of Grand Cayman National Museum, the Governor’s Reception, the hosted reception on Friday, Saturday and Sunday lunch, Saturday’s 85th Anniversary Celebration Banquet and materials.

 

 

Click here to register

 

Special Young BPW Friday Meeting 10:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m.

 

Friday’s program, designed by Young BPW leaders for YBPW members, will focus on self-development both personally and professionally and provide opportunities to network and share best practices with other younger BPW members from throughout the region. 

 

YPBWs - Please note:  

Friday morning’s breakfast with BPWI President Yasmin Darwich is pay as you go.
Friday’s YBPW Night Out will be pay as you go.
Agenda will come via email

 

 

Click here to register

 


Hotel Information

About the Westin Grand Cayman Seven Mile Beach Resort and Spa.
Click here. http://www.westingrandcayman.com/ 

Our group rate for Island View is $180USD/night plus 13% tax and 10% service charge, the $45 per room per night Resort Charge is waived, and will be deducted when you check in. Reservation deadline is October 23, 2015.

Upgrades are based on availability at the time of booking for Partial Ocean View at $219 and Ocean/Pool View at $249, Plus 13% tax, 10% service charge & Resort Charge of $45USD are waived.

Extra adult charges after two people is $25USD, Plus 13% tax, 10% service charge, per room per night.

Also post-conference accommodations at the conference rate will be subject to availability. The hotel is sold out prior to Thursday, November 5. 

 

For hotel reservations click here:
https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/StarGroupsWeb/res?id=1503317675&key=7E3CBDA

 

Cayman Airways

US Departure locations: Chicago, New York City, Miami, Tampa

Click here for more info 

 

Passports & Visas

A current passport and a return ticket are necessary to enter the Cayman Islands.
Visit www.immigration.gov.ky/ for complete information.
US, Canada and UK visitors do not require visa.

 

Optional Tours
Click here if you want to go participate payment will be collected at conference registration check-in.”  Please send an e-mail to jkw@gbis.com 

 

Sunday afternoon tours: Tour prices includes round trip transportation.

Stingray Sandbar & Reef Catamaran Sail | $50 USD    
Stingray Sandbar is Grand Cayman's most exciting wildlife attraction located in the middle of the North Sound waters. Definitely one for the bucket list. Hop aboard a luxurious 65' catamaran with Red Sail Sports and experience Stingray City Sandbar for yourself!

Bathing suit and towel required.  Snorkel equipment provided.  A full bar available on board.
Duration: 3.5 hours | Sunday, November 8 from 2:30 to 6pm

 

For more information: http://www.redsailcayman.com/ 

Click here if you want to participate in this tour by sending an e-mail to organizer.
Payment will be collected at conference registration check-in.

 

Queen Elizabeth Botanic Park & Blue Iguana Recovery Programme Tour | $50 USD   Park: Enjoy a leisurely walk through colourful gardens, botanic, lake and nature displays. Stroll through Heritage Garden, enjoy the Tea House with its panoramic views, and the lake area which forms a natural habitat for the Cayman Blue Iguana and breeding ground for a variety of rare aquatic birds and animals native to the Caribbean. 

Blue Iguanas: The National Trust of the Cayman Islands began its work with these intriguing creatures soon after its formation in 1987, with an ultimate repopulation goal of 1000. The Habitat has become an exceptionally popular area as the captive breeding grounds for these fascinating reptiles (Cyclura lewisi) who only two decades ago were facing extinction. Frequently found freely roaming the grounds of the Park, these “Blue dragons” delight both local and foreign visitors who happen upon them.

Duration: 3.75 hours | Sunday, November 8 from 2:30 to 6:15pm
For more information: http://www.botanic-park.ky/ 

Click here if you want to participate in this tour by sending an e-mail to organizer
Payment will be collected at conference registration check-in.

 

The Cayman Islands Turtle Farm | $50 USD  
This one-of-a-kind, 23-acre adventure marine park is one of the most exciting Caribbean attractions.  The Cayman Turtle Farm on Grand Cayman celebrates Caymanians’ stewardship of the seas and relationship with nature through tactile, colourful, educational and memorable experiences. The park allows visitors to experience the rich history of Caymanian life in a fun and safe environment while providing opportunities to observe and interact with native flora and fauna.  The Cayman Turtle Farm is a conservation facility and is used for raising the endangered Green Sea Turtle.

Duration: 3hours | Sunday, November 8 from 2:30 to 5:30pm
For more information: https://www.turtle.ky/ 

 

Click here if you want to participate in this tour by sending an e-mail to organizer
Payment will be collected at conference registration check-in.