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Looking back, looking forward

IHIF celebrating its 20th anniversary - hospitalityInside new media partner

Logo 20 Jahre IHIF 2017

Berlin (January 20, 2017). As the International Hotel Investment Forum (IHIF) Berlin celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2017 (from 6th – 8th March), the conference programme will reflect on how the sector has changed during that period, how it is likely to evolve in the years to come and how to succeed in new market conditions. will be a media partner of this international event for the first time this year, which always begins two days before ITB.

Over three days, the IHIF conference programme will inspire participants to future-proof their business:

DAY 1 Reflect & Adapt: The first conference day will be decidedly focused on the economics of hotel investment: leaders from investment, banking, asset management and hotel brands will take a close look at the evolving fundamentals of the sector and the changing international environment to secure future growth.

5 of the top speakers on day 1: Arne Sorenson, President & CEO, Marriott International; Richard Solomons, CEO, IHG; Cody Bradshaw, Senior Vice President and Head of European Hotels, Starwood Capital Group; Tim Helliwell, Head of Hotels, Barclays Bank; Sanjay Singh, Managing Director, Fico Corporation

DAY 2: Strategise & Develop: Hospitality business models will be under scrutiny on the second conference day, with insights from hotel investors and owners, international hotel brands in the classic CEO panel, as well as digital brands talking partnerships rather than disruption.

5 of the top speakers on day 2: Sébastien Bazin, Chairman and CEO, AccorHotels; John Brennan CEO, Amaris Hospitality David Kong, President & CEO, Best Western International Pierre-Frédéric Roulot, CEO, Louvre Hotels Group, and CEO, Jin Jiang Europe Puneet Chhatwal, CEO, Deutsche Hospitality

DAY 3 Innovate & Grow: The third conference day will look at hospitality innovation, with insights from leading hotel brands and the most up-and-coming innovators sharing their views on the future of hotels from the point of view of business models, investment strategies and customer experience.

5 of the top speakers on day 3: Hans Meyer, CEO, Zoku; Frank Fiskers, President & CEO, Scandic Hotels; Olivia Byrne, Company Director, Eccleston Square Hotel; Hannes Spanring, CEO, Meininger Hotels; Jean-Pierre Bandeira, Co-Founder & CEO, Light Human Hotel

For more in-depth discussions, IHIF also provides over 25 breakout sessions led by over 180 speakers, all chosen because they have something important to say and covering all aspects of hospitality investment from commercial strategies to development, finance or regional opportunities.

New topics to be covered in 2017 include: Asian hospitality's global expansion; New business opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe, Maximising ancillary revenues, Millenials & more: Engaging customers, Tech innovation showcase, Post-Brexit British market opportunities, Profit management, Finding & nurturing hospitality talent, Promoting a culture of innovation in hospitality and more.

The Lifetime Achievement Award goes to…

… Arne Sorenson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Marriott International. Following the acquisition of Starwood Hotels and Resorts by Marriott International in September 2016, Sorenson became CEO of the largest lodging company in the world. He is also the first person in the nearly 90-year history of the company to lead Marriott who is not a member of the Marriott family.

Following the presentation of the Award on Monday, 6 March at 16.10, Sorenson will share his experience of the acquisition of Starwood and the future of Marriott in a session titled: “Managing the deal of the decade."


White Paper on DACH to start
with hospitalityInside

This year for the first time, hospitalityInside is a media partner of IHIF Berlin and will be reporting about IHIF on its public pages. Visitors of the hospitalityInside website will be forwarded to the event via the IHIF banner on the welcome page. All reports on IHIF will be available under Network/Fairs & Events.

Editor-in-Chief Maria Puetz-Willems is currently working on a White Paper on transaction and investment activities in the German-speaking market in 2016 (Germany, Austria, Switzerland / DACH). Questex Media Group, New York, and hospitalityInside, Augsburg, will publish this report together; it will be available for download for all users and readers on both websites free of charge.

For more information and to register for IHIF 2017, visit / kn


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