The Canadian Resort Developers Association (CRDA) has announced that the Resort Development Summit scheduled for October 14-16 in Toronto has been postponed to 2010. Instead, CRDA’s board and executive leadership team will hold a special meeting to discuss the current challenges faced by the industry.
“The decision to postpone the Resort Development Summit was not an easy one,” said CRDA’s President, Ross Perimutter. “After careful consultation, we have determined that our time together would be better served by setting aside the traditional conference model and instead producing a condensed, focused and intense 3-day leadership forum exclusively dedicated to addressing and solving the specific challenges faced by our members,” he explained.
CRDA apologises for any inconvenience the postponement of the Resort Development Summit may have caused to the many sponsors, exhibitors and individuals who had already expressed an interest in the event. The conference is expected to be rescheduled for the spring of 2010.