The HOSPA Board:
The Great General Manager Debate
The Great General Manager Debate 2023 will see an exclusive, select audience of 100 key decision makers from luxury hotels across the UK be treated to a series of engaging panel sessions on the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the industry right now.
Guests will also be treated to a delicious buffet lunch and a well-stocked goody bag to take home. New for this year, The Great General Manager Debate will feature an interactive networking room, showcasing the most innovative hotel products and services on the market.
What To Expect?
On the day, you can expect to hear passionate and educational discussions surrounding hyper-relevant topics*, including:
‘Sleep Saviours: How to ensure your guests get a good night’s rest’ – sponsored by Silentnight
‘Great Expectations: What modern guests require from a hotel room’ – sponsored by Airwave and Roomnet
‘Compliant, Not Creepy: How effective use of data can improve the guest experience’ – sponsored by High Level Software and Profitroom
‘Conversion Champions: How to tell a story through your website and convert this into bookings’ – sponsored by Net Affinity
Each panel session will be moderated by the Boutique Hotelier team (editor Eamonn Crowe and senior editor Zoe Monk), who will be joined on stage by industry experts and leading figures from across the UK’s very best hotels.
Once the panels are over, join us for a ‘power hour’ networking session, complete with snacks and drinks.
The Great General Manager Debate will be an afternoon full of education, discussion, networking and of course – celebration!
Tickets for The Great General Manager Debate are FREE for hotel professionals, but in the interest of keeping our event audience exclusive, budding guests will be required to register their interest in attending.
There are only 100 places available so make sure to register your interest ASAP – once they’re gone, they’re gone!
Event Hosted by:
Date: Tuesday 23 May, 10.30am-4.30pm
Location: One Moorgate Place, London, EC2R 6EA