We are looking forward to seeing you on November 9th for a day designed for the hospitality industry. 3 events in one day to share knowledge, insights, opinions and receive the powerful energy of the hospitality industry. Do not wait to register and join us at the InterContinental Paris Le Grand!
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Part 1: the Hospitality Asset Forum
The whole industry is used to bumps on the road of performance and profitability. There are no crisis from which hotels haven’t recovered. Performance is back, ADRs are high, tourists are eager at spending their free time away from home. HOWEVER, to remain competitive, the hospitality industry must invest, to renew its offer and to create.
Let’s think together about the ways to navigate through higher interest rates, scarcity of greenfield, need for a more responsible sector, and the way our industry overcomes those challenges.
Asset reversibility is one way, new forms of financing is another, new ways of building and occupying space are others.
After setting the scene on the constraints and opportunities facing hotel entrepreneurs, we'll be talking to Camil Yasbeck, CDO at Accor. He has seen development evolve and all the players in the sector adapt to the new deal.
Operators are adapting their products to the needs of their partners. Valérie Schuermans will be sharing with one of her partners the essence of her "new" profession through a partnership of which she is proud.
Meet also Dominique Ozanne, co-founder of Hova Hospitality, a company born during Covid 19 crisis that is growing fast.
Covivio Hotels has been developing its portfolio in the hospitality industry for 20 years now. Leading it to a 350 properties portfolio worth 6.6 B€ in 12 countries. What are the next steps for its CEO Tugdual Millet?
Real estate as a service is now a reality and we will talk about those products and their business models.
Part 2: The Young Talent Awards
The youth is definitely the future of our industry, and they are ready for it! The first edition was mind blowing for the operators that challenged the students, the second one embodies the same energy and creativity.
How will the young generation answer the challenges posed by the industry? One thing is certain, there will be surprises for Accor, Hilton, IHG and Radisson Hotel Group.
Part 3: The Hospitality Awards
Make no mistake, the competition will be fierce for this 23rd edition. The Covid 19 crisis and the rebound period didn’t prevent hoteliers from reinventing their businesses and developing their impact on destinations.
This year’s competition is presided over by Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Minor Hotel and Minor International. The jury will be leaded by David Layani, president and Founder of onepoint. David created onepoint when he was 22, with the ambition of being impactful and building new business models. He sees onepoint as the architect of great transformations, capable of providing end-to-end solutions to its clients from strategy to technology implementation. To develop all the expertise needed to offer this kind of support and build a global market leader, he relies on strategic acquisitions and solid organic growth.
He is a committed member of the community who is also involved in the discussions around new growth and organisational models.
10 categories are open for corporate businesses and 11 for local competitors. As many possibilities for you to showcase your creativity. You have until September 29th to apply HERE.
If you are a hospitality lover, it is time to register, we are looking forward to welcoming you on November 9th!
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