The Hotel Management Thailand Summit (HMT Summit), a HMA Series Summit organised by global hospitality conference powerhouse Questex Hospitality Group, will return to Bangkok on 21st May. Top hoteliers in Thailand are expected to congregate at the Banyan Tree Bangkok to discuss top-level hotel management strategies at the second edition of the summit.
At the time when Thai hoteliers are recovering from the 2014 turmoil, HMT Summit will help hoteliers innovate in order to boost their bottom lines. Topics for keynote addresses and panel discussions include: ‘Boosting Profit Margin through Revenue Generation and Operational Control, ‘Boosting Productivity and Efficiency through Technology Automation’, ‘Mastering Price Optimization to Increase Yield and Profitability’, ‘Beyond Rooms – Maximizing Function Space Revenue for Your Hotel’ and ‘Hot Debate: Sacrificing Occupancy for Higher Average Daily Rate is the Way to a Healthier Margin’.
Heavyweight speakers from the region’s hospitality ‘A List’ include Kevin Wallace, Managing Director Australasia, Plateno Hotels Group;Bruno Huber, Vice President Operations Asia, Moevenpick Hotels and Resorts; Symon Bridle, Chief Operating Officer, Rosewood Hotel Group; David Topolewski, CEO and Founder, Qooco; Wayne Buckingham, Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific, Operations, FRHI
Hotels & Resorts; Peter Kaelli, CEO, The Unique Collection of Hotels & Resorts; David Shackleton, Chief Operating Officer, Dusit International; Lily Udomkunnatum, Managing Director, Burasari Group; Jonathan Wigley, CEO, Absolute Hotel Services; Anthony McDonald, CEO, Bespoke Hospitality Management Asia; Lothar R. Pehl, Senior Vice President Operations and Global Initiatives, Starwood Hotels and Resorts Asia Pacific; and Leanne Harwood, Vice President, Operations, IHG South East Asia.
“2015 is an exciting and upbeat year for Thai hoteliers financially,” commented Ben Isenberg, Questex Hospitality Group Vice President Global Strategy. “Yet, in a competitive market it is essential for them to continually innovate in order to out-perform their peers. The Hotel Management Thailand Summit is the perfect platform for hoteliers to meet new contacts, conceive new ideas, and solidify their successes.”
More than 150 hoteliers are expected at the Hotel Management Thailand Summit. For more information, please visit the event website at http://www.questexevents.net/hmtsummit .