Allied Hospitality Associations: HFTP and HTNG Offer New Joint Discount for Corporate Members

The Partnership Offers a 20 Percent Discount for the Associations' Vendor-Oriented Programs When a Company Joins Both at Once. for HFTP, the Offer Applies to a Corporate Allied Sponsorship; and for HTNG it is for an Industry Partner Membership

USA, Austin, Texas. August 20, 2020

Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP®) and Hospitality Technology Next Generation (HTNG) are now offering a joint 20 percent discount for companies joining the two associations at once. The specially-designed vendor programs, HFTP's Corporate Allied Sponsorship and HTNG's Industry Partner program, offer companies access to the numerous services offered by the associations, including unique benefits that help boost company recognition.

"HFTP's Corporate Allied Sponsorship not only expands professional development for participants' employees and company recognition; but also increases the depth of HFTP's network," said HFTP CEO Frank Wolfe, CAE, FIH. "Now offering this discount with HTNG creates an expansive vendor community, building the beneficial connections our industry needs at this time."

For both HFTP and HTNG, the programs provide companies valuable visibility and exposure among thousands of hospitality professionals across the globe. Participating companies get discounts and access to association events, focused-industry resources, networking, workgroups and other member benefits. Vendors also get special exhibit and sponsor discounts at the associations' events.

"This is a great opportunity for vendors just branching into hospitality or for those who possibly have not been associated with either organization before," said HTNG CEO Michael Blake, CAE. "The combined resources from our two associations will really escalate industry knowledge, networking and more to aid in business development and collaboration within hospitality."

A listing of benefits for each individual program is available, as well as on the associations' websites. The offer applies to the first year only and is not applicable to renewals. Contact the organizations at membership@hftp.org (HFTP) or membership@htng.org (HTNG).

HITEC® and HFTP® are registered service marks of Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals


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