Resilient Infrastructure Forum (RIF) 2018
 
“I want to give you guys a special thanks for going the extra mile to help us. It was a great turnout and it wouldn’t have been possible without the collaborative efforts from all sides. I enjoyed working with this well-spirited team and glad we participated in this event” - Veronique Rodriguez, NRS Internatonal
“Well organised, supportive and friendly team. Good opportunities for networking, will definitely attend again next year” - Ann Ellis, Mauve Group
“GRV deliver the perfect format - I was able to meet face to face with customers and prospects. Please sign me up for next year” - Sergio Murillo, RED52

Resilient Infrastructure Forum (RIF2019)
Grand Hyatt Bogota

 
 
 
 
Experience Colombia’s capital city, located in the heart of Ciudad Empresarial Sarmiento Angulo commercial district, when you visit the Grand Hyatt Bogotá. Here you’ll find corporate destinations and a performing arts center, plus local restaurants and cafes. View more than 55,000 gold artifacts at the Museo del Oro (also known as the Museum of Gold) in La Candelaria, Bogotá’s historic downtown. Ascend the summit of Monserrate for an aerial view of the capital city.

Start each day in Bogotá in an open, airy room above one of the town’s business hot spots. The floor-to-ceiling windows in our rooms overlook the lush gardens, multicolored lights of the metropolis, or the cloud-topped Andes.
 
Calle 24 A # 57 – 60
Bogotá 111321
Colombia
Tel: +57 1 654 1234
bogota.grand@hyatt.com 
 
Accommodation:

RIF2019 participants may benefit from preferential flexible rates when staying at the Grand Hyatt Bogota, Colombia where the Forum will be taking place ($210 per night inc. Internet access & breakfast). Those wishing to stay between 4th - 6th June should BOOK HERE. 

When booking, please ensure you're paying the preferential rate of $210 per night plus taxes. Once payment is made, GRV Global will not be able to assist with amendments. 

Visas:All RIF2019 participants are responsible for making their own visa arrangements.
The vast majority of visitors to Colombia are not required to obtain a visit visa but in some cases, a U.S. ESTA would be needed if transiting through the U.S. on-route. Many nationalities may obtain their visa upon arrival but others must gain their visa before departing their country of origin. If you are in any doubt, please contact your local Colombian Embassy/Consulate General to make advance arrangements.