Stay Boutique Live Announces Speaker Line-Up for June 5th New York Investment Event

Ian Schrager Still Believes in Boutique – Come and Hear Why

USA, Los Angeles, California. April 24, 2019

Stay Boutique Live, the Investment Edition Hospitality Conferences are some of the most efficient spaces to meet like-minded and collaborative individuals, however on-stage content is often the most overlooked aspect; an occurrence that Stay Boutique actively challenges through our careful curation of the boutique community's most established leaders.

Stay Boutique Live, the Investment Edition is no exception to our noteworthy reputation; join us on June 5, 2019 at The Times Center to gather insight from boutique's greatest minds, including a closing keynote interview with Boutique Hospitality legend Ian Schrager.

Jean-Luc Naret, CEO at La Réserve Hotels and Spas, will open the day with a keynote discussion, followed by a workshop hosted by Financial Gym Founder Shannon L McLay, insights on high-risk investment from Grace Bay Resorts' Co-Founder and CEO Mark Durliat, intimate interviews with Charles Khabbouth, Founder and CEO of Ink Entertainment, Richard Bosworth, General Partner and CEO of JC Hospitality Partners, among many other esteemed boutique hospitality and lifestyle's leading minds. Inclusivity as a top, we also welcome Nadira Lalji, Founder, Inhabit Hotels and Lucia Penrod, CEO, Nikki Beach Worldwide to discuss Progressive Investment - Feminism in Hospitality.

As boutique concepts grow in popularity (those that act as more than the typical "boutique hotel"), Stay Boutique addresses the importance of collaboration and multi-concept through inclusion of on-stage speakers with ties and/or parallels to the boutique hospitality community. At the Investment Edition, we welcome boutique concept Heyday's founders Adam Ross and Michael Pollack, boutique lingerie concept Lively's founder Michelle Corediero Grant, Shinola CEO Tom Lewand, philanthropic venture State Bags Co-Founders Jacqueline and Scot Tatleman, boutique meal delivery service Sakara Life founders Whitney Tingle and Danielle Dubois, and more to discuss boutique finance and the potential for exceptionally higher profit margins made available through collaboration and purpose.

For a full list of our developing agenda, sponsorship opportunities, and registration, see our website. For any further inquiries, please contact alexandra@boutiqueassociation.com

Headline Sponsors: Grace Bay Resorts, Tempur Sealy, Suitelife Insurance, The Gettys Group, Rainmaker, Enseo.

Boutique, Lifestyle & Supporting Sponsors: Chesapeake Hospitality, Tripleseat, Hotpoint Media, JMBM, Hospitality Net, Hotel News Now, LODGING, Hotel Business, eHotelier, Hotel Online, NEWH, Boutique Design, Hotel Management, Today's Hotelier, Hospitality Design, Hotel Executive, Canadian Lodging News, Digital Travel, Smashmallow.

Lead the Modern Renaissance. Stay Boutique.


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