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    Annual Hotel Conference unveils 2020 programme

    As the world continues to adapt in response to the current pandemic, The Annual Hotel Conference (AHC), which is due to take place later this year, has shared a sneak peek of this year’s programme…

    Over the last 18 years, The Annual Hotel Conference (AHC) has become one of the leading events for the UK hospitality industry.

    In a statement, the show said: “The immediate future is uncertain, but we do know that the uncertainty won’t last forever and when it disperses there will be a new normal where originality, information, passion and adaptability will be king. The importance of face-to-face meetings, handshakes, clinking glasses, and embraces will resume, even within the context of a new normal.”

    The programme, which is available to view on The AHC website, is full creativity but also addresses the areas fundamental to the industry’s recovery. The conference content has always been rooted in delivering practical knowledge that delegates can take back to their hospitality businesses and implement and the event organisers remain steadfastly true to that promise. “We have a relentless focus on researching, shaping and delivering content that is relevant and fresh from speakers who are well-informed, interesting and stimulating,” the statement added. 

    In light of the current circumstances, The AHC is making adjustments to significantly reduce the cost of attending The AHC for hoteliers to ensure they are able to join together with the rest of the UK hospitality community to learn, network and be inspired. The AHC was created by hoteliers for hoteliers and it is vital you are able to be part of the experience. 

    The event is due to take place on September 21 & 22 at the Manchester Central Convention Centre. For more information and to register, please visit www.theahc.co.uk.

    Main image credit: The AHC

    Hamish Kilburn / 31.03.2020

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