Hotel Summit returns in 2019 in new home

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    Celebrating 21 years, Hotel Summit returns July 8 – 9 in Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire… 

    Following the success of yet another sell-out event in 2018, Hotel Summit is back next year and will be sheltered under a new roof at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire.

    Known nationwide as the original meet-the-buyers event for the hotel industry, Hotel Summit is specifically organised for senior professionals who are directly responsible for purchasing and procurement within their organisation, and those who provide the latest and greatest products and services within the sector.

    The highly focused two-day event brings together hotel professionals and key industry solution providers. Consisting of one-to-one business meetings, interactive seminars and valuable networking opportunities, the concept bridges together delegates and suppliers in a unique networking setting.

    Tailored to meet your requirements like no other event.
    Hotel Summit will deliver a first-rate return on investment, putting suppliers in touch with hotel professionals who have specifically asked to meet you, would like to discuss your products and services, and are pro-actively looking for solutions for their organisation’s facilities and interiors.

    The Summit also offers an unparalleled opportunity for suppliers to promote their service solutions to senior decision makers, who have the authority to spend and are reviewing their current suppliers.

    Key benefits
    Forum Events will organise personalised appointments between purchasing professionals and suppliers to meet in their own dedicated meeting booth. Each supplier will have a series of 25 minute meetings with key decision makers over the two days.
    Suppliers are guaranteed a captive audience of professionals, pre-selected and matched meetings, and cost effective measurable ROI, without any time-wasters and hidden costs.

    For more information and to register your interest, click here


    Hamish Kilburn / 21.12.2018


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