Adapt and Prosper in the Face of Change at Hotel360

Taking Place on the 28th & 29th of September at the Excel, London

United Kingdom, Bristol, Gloucestershire. August 04, 2021

The UK's leading business event dedicated to hotel growth - Hotel360, is back in-person and opening its doors to over 4 - 5,000 hotel professionals. Taking place at the London ExCeL on the 28th & 29th of September 2021, the show promises a surplus of solutions and information, ensuring hotel decision-makers are at the forefront of the latest hospitality advancements.

Hotel360 is a rare opportunity to meet the big names of the industry, as well as the up-and-comers. Moreover, a chance for visitors to rethink their hotel's marketing strategy, to optimise their operations and take home the latest hospitality tech trends and sustainability solutions. Visitors will find everything needed to boost their bookings, ensure customer satisfaction and increase their profits.

As one of Hotel360 's previous endorsers, Tom Lord, the Former Head of Global Support, InterContinental Hotels Group, said:

"We saw some great new solutions using AI and the event is great for small businesses and big ones alike, as well as putting everyone under one roof and letting people across the breadth of the hospitality industry see all the latest technologies available."

By listening to it's hotel community, Hotel360 knows the mountain of challenges facing hotel businesses, but also the potential opportunities. The show is ready to tackle these points, so hotel professionals can return with actionable tactics, strategies and solutions to grow their business and adapt for 2022.

Hotel360 has pulled together the industry's leading experts, from the likes of Nobu Hotels, Hilton, Radisson, Intercontinental Hotel Group and more - who will be covering topics such as brand culture, work productivity, customer experience and investment in operations. Visitors can also benefit from the thought-provoking panel debates, live innovation awards, along with 300 cutting-edge suppliers who will arm them with the latest products and services to keep them ahead of the pack.

Running directly alongside Hotel360, is the Hospitality Design Show - exhibiting the latest design trends, ideas, and innovations behind business growth. All under one roof, the combination of events will provide a one stop shop for the progressive hotelier. Plus, both shows are FREE to attend.

Visit to secure your free ticket to both shows and discover the tools to refresh your hotel offering!

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Tags: hotel, hotel event, expo, hospitality, hospitality industry, seminars, panel debates, keynote speakers, design, operations, sustainability, business growth, finance, marketing

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