HSMAI DC Panel Will Explore Six Need-To-Know Issues in Hospitality

USA, Washington, D.C. October 12, 2023

The Washington, D.C., chapter of the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International today invited hospitality professionals from throughout the metropolitan area to attend its annual Directors Roundtable & Conference on Oct. 18 at the Washington Marriott Capitol Hill.

The program will feature six top minds in the hospitality industry, who will engage the audience with presentations on artificial intelligence, talent acquisition, meeting planners, revenue growth, digital marketing and defining success.

The guest speakers will be Michael Goldrich of The Hotels Network and Vivander Advisors, Lori Kiel of The Kessler Collection, Thomas McDermott of Tambourine, Jeff Roark of IdeaS Revenue Solutions, Stephanie Smith of Cogwheel Marketing and Kristi White of Groups360.

Registration and a networking reception will begin at 8 a.m. The event is free for HSMAI DC members and $50 for nonmembers. Click HERE to register.

"The event will provide a platform for skill enhancement, networking and knowledge-sharing through interactive discussions, ultimately arming attendees with holistic perspectives that advance both personal growth and organizational success," said Christopher Zindash, HSMAI DC president and Amadeus regional vice president.

"The Directors Roundtable & Conference will addresses six need-to-know issues in hospitality, specifically for professionals in leadership roles across the disciplines of sales, marketing, and revenue optimization," he said. "Whether you are on-property or in a regional role, the content will be relevant to you."

The Washington Marriott Capitol Hill is at 175 L St. NE, Washington, DC 20002, two blocks north of Washington Union Station. It can be reached by the Metro's Red Line.

Tags: HSMAI, AI, talent, meetings, revenue management, digital marketing

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