Registration now open for The AHC 2017

Registration for The Annual Hotel Conference 2017 is now open. This year's conference will be held October 11-12, 2017, at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate Hotel, in Manchester, UK. 

In light of the seismic changes facing the UK over the coming months, politically, culturally and economically, The AHC 2017 will seek to address these changes in relation to the hospitality industry across the UK. The event promises to highlight the opportunities that the shifting landscape will present and provide practical advice and guidance that can be directly applied to the operations of a hotel business.

Further details on speakers, educational programme and multiple networking occasions will be announced over the coming weeks.

Virtual Event

HOTEL OPTIMIZATION PART 2 | Now Available On-Demand

Survival in these times is highly dependent on a hotel's ability to quickly adapt and pivot their business to meet the current needs of travelers and the surrounding community. Join us for Optimization Part 2 – a FREE virtual event – as we bring together top players in the industry to discuss alternative uses when occupancy is down, ways to boost F&B revenue, how to help your staff adjust to new challenges and more, in a series of panels focused on how you can regain profitability during this crisis.

2016 AHC recap
AHC speaker series: Exclusive Hotels' Danny Pecorelli, JLL's Max Thorne, CBRE's David Bailey, OakNorth's Trevor Morris

You can connect with The AHC and colleagues via Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Registration has opened with the Early Bird rate of £525.00 plus VAT. 

For information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available, email Mark Cheney or +44 (0)20 8547 9830.

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