As hotels are reaching a pivotal point in their recovery heading into summer, Skift will host a day of in-depth conversations and analysis on this sector. Join us at 11 a.m. EDT on June 16 for our Skift Hospitality and Marketing Summit and listen in as Skift editors and research analysts speak with leaders and investors from across the sector as we dive into the state of hospitality. Among the issues to be discussed will be the latest marketing strategies, shifts in the guest experience, addressing labor shortages, handicapping how much of the meetings and event business will return, and the critical consumer trends to consider at this important mid-point in the year.
What to Expect
Across a series of interviews with hotel CEOs and executives, research presentations, editorially-driven panels, and conversations with GMs on the ground, this summit will dive into the big questions facing hospitality, including:
- As U.S. states quickly reopen to full-capacity, how is the sector and its reduced workforce preparing?
- Will the boom of leisure this summer not actually solve the financial problems of hotels?
- What’s behind the resilience of lifestyle hotels and how may that evolve in the future?
With technology developments happening faster than hotels can even implement them, what data and tech solutions actually matter?
- What might the future of distribution look like and are third parties more important than ever?
This event will be a must-attend event for anyone looking to understand the hospitality industry’s future and the strategies that are reaching travelers most as travel returns. As always, editors will take questions from the audience as the event streams live.
How to attend
Registration for this event is $95 USD for a single ticket. Group bookings are a great way to save, with discount rates starting at two tickets for $80 each, three to eight tickets are $75 each. Attendees from across the globe will be able to view the video live on June 16, and it will also be available on-demand following the event for viewing at attendees convenience.