Find out at the next Hospitality Asset Forum on 21 November at the InterContinental Paris le Grand Hotel.
2019, a record year in terms of visitor numbers and turnover, more and more of you want to invest in hospitality. It is a profitable sector, with higher returns than retail and office.
March 2020, you thought you knew your sector and your assets by heart. But your properties had to be closed. No more income, expenses that remain - how to deal with that?
2021, a rollercoaster recovery whose pace is set by the health policy of stop and go. How do you recover rents from your tenants whose turnover is in free fall?
2022, the year of recovery. The sector is obliged to reinvent itself but with its reference points turned upside down. It is therefore important to share trends and forecasts together. Many factors are uncertain in the face of a virus that is still poorly understood and that dictates a large part of our lives as consumers, entrepreneurs and citizens
- What is the value of your investments?
- What are the new reflexes in a context of rising interest rates and inflation?
- What types of products will create value?
The hospitality sector is very dependent on the economic, geopolitical and social situation. We need to remain open to all the factors of change in order to best anticipate the management of our assets.
Our end customers will lose purchasing power, our partners will lose borrowing capacity, and our employees will aspire to other things that are not yet well defined.
Have we adapted sufficiently? What challenges still lie ahead for the sector? Will the global context derail?
Investors, developers and territories, if you want to be ahead of tomorrow's products, meet us on 21 November. We will discuss these issues together and find ways to maintain the dynamism of our investments and the attractiveness of our sector. Come away with the 3 innovative ideas for investing, with the best investment cases and an audience that will help you develop your business.
- Nicolas Baverez, economist and historian, will come and decipher the economic and geopolitical context that influences the sector's performance,
- Nicolas Dufourcq, Managing Director of Bpifrance and author of La Désindustrialisation de la France, will share his vision of the world of tomorrow,
- Pascal Savary, co-founder and chairman of Atream, will talk about investment opportunities in the tourism sector in France, a few weeks after the effective closing of its support to the Pierre & Vacances - Center Parcs Group alongside Alcentra and Fidera