IHIF's Road to Berlin: CEOs Talking Hotels Part II

IHIF Road to Berlin

In the Part I of "CEOs Talking Hotels," we heard about what the top bosses think 2016 will look like for the industry as a whole.

Now, in Part II, we hear what their specific growth plans are for their own companies. Hilton's Chris Nassetta waxes poetically about the company's new midscale brand, Tru; Best Western's David Kong, not to be outdone, discusses his company's successes and excitement in the midscale space; Wyndham Hotel Group's Geoff Ballotti isn't shy to say that the acquisition of a brand could be in the cards for 2016; JLL's Mark Wynne Smith discusses the predicted transactions pace for 2016, hotel values with a spotlight on secondary markets and who the big buyers will be; while Rezidor's Wolfgang M. Neumann delivers his company's three focuses for 2016.

 
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