VIDEO: These are the big hospitality stories to watch for

IHIF 2017

This year's IHIF Sponsors' Dinner drew more than 500 senior members of the hotel industry to the InterContinental Park Lane in London. There, as they networked and talked shop, we sought out some key executives to gauge their opinion of the hospitality industry. We queried them about what they think are the big storylines now and what to watch out for in 2018. And why IHIF is the perfect forum to learn about the industry and network.

As you'll see from the videos below, there is no shortage of crucial and consequential topics impacting hospitality, from geo-political turmoil to strategies hotel companies are employing to acquire and keep customers. 


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