Hotel Marketing Consultants | “2013 National Hotel Marketing Conference to take place at Hilton St George’s Park”

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Category   : Hotel Marketing Consultants
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Posted By  : Hotel Internet Marketing Florida

The seventh annual National Hotel Marketing Conference will be held on Friday 28th June, at the Hilton St George’s Park, the Football Association’s brand new £100m centre of excellence near Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire.
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The Conference is expected to attract up to 200 hotel owners, General Managers, marketing and sales managers, marketing suppliers to the industry and hotel marketing and sales consultants. Organised by The Tourism Business, in partnership with the Hotel Marketing Association and the Chartered Institute of Marketing, it is the seventh National Hotel Marketing Conference to take place since the event was established in 2004, and the only full day marketing conference for the UK hotel industry.

Speaker sessions this year include: digital marketing planning, the impact of social media on hotel performance, how to combat seasonality in hotels, the changing face of hotel PR, plus cutting-edge hotel marketing techniques to increase business in 2014 & beyond.

Speakers include: Peter Hancock, Chief Executive of Pride of Britain Hotels; Roddy Whiteford, Director of The Feversham Arms & Verbena Spa; Martin Philips, MD of Recommended Hotels; Sarah Fussey, Head of Marketing for Best Western Hotels; and Pamela Carvell, President of the Hotel Marketing Association. More speakers and sessions will be announced shortly.


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