The Utilities Credit & Collections Symposium is the premier annual event for utility industry credit and collections professionals, providing an educational conference which benefits utility company attendees, industry solution providers and sponsors. We invite and encourage utility company vice presidents, directors, managers, supervisors, analysts and other industry professionals to attend.
The venue is the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables, Florida, modeled after the Alhambra palace in Spain, this refined Mediterranean-style hotel is 3.7 miles from the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, and 6.8 miles from the Miami Seaquarium.
Two full days of learning. Hear case studies, interact in panel discussions and network with industry collection leaders. Don't miss the Pre-Symposium Workshop on Monday afternoon. Seating is limited-register early!
Monticello Consulting Group
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Experience the Mediterranean in Coral Gables. Marked by a two-story marble lobby, antique accents, and Spanish-style windows, Hyatt Regency Coral Gables offers a quiet refuge within easy reach of the strip. Stay in the “Beverly Hills of Miami,” near the Art Deco District and the high-end shops and restaurants of Miracle Mile, just two blocks away. Explore neighboring Key Biscayne and Miami Beach. Or, stroll through Coconut Grove and visit the galleries of the Village of Merrick Park.
50 Alhambra Plaza, Coral Gables, Florida, United States, 33134
The room rate is $225 single or double occupancy, plus applicable taxes.
Our room block expires on February 15, 2019. Please make your room reservations early!
To make reservations by phone, call 1-888-421-1442. The direct number is 305-441-1234. Please indicate that you are with the Conferences by Monticello's "Utility Credit & Collections Symposium" to receive the group rate.
Coral Gables is a city in Miami-Dade County, Florida. It's home to the 1920s Venetian Pool, carved from a rock quarry, with its grottoes, towers and bridge. Coral Gables Merrick House is the restored childhood home of city founder George Merrick. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden includes tree-lined lakes, a tropical rainforest and a butterfly display. The collections at Lowe Art Museum include Cuban and Caribbean works.