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5 Hotel Conferences In Asia You Must Attend in 2019

Category: Hotels, Posted:31 Dec 2018 | 11:48 am

As we are about to move in 2019, it’s time to get the calendar out and start plotting which hospitality conferences to go to next year. If you go to five, these are the ones to go to:

Hospitality Investment Conference Asia Pacific (HICAP) 2019

This is the big daddy of regional hotel events in this part of the world.  If you only go to one, make it HICAP. Over 800 key players attend this massive spectacle. October 23-25 at Kerry Hotel Hong Kong. For detials CLICK.

Skift Forum Asia 2019

The buzz is on about this initial first forum in Asia for the global innovation and thought leader  Skift. May 27 at Equarius Hotel Singapore. For details CLICK

Southeast Asia Hotel Investors’ Series (SEAHIS) 2019

Part of the Hoftel global hotel investors series, the event is known for its large contingent of owners and developers.  (2019 program being finalized, scheduled May 20-21st Westin Bangkok). For details CLICK.

Serviced Apartment Summit Asia 2019

Another global event enters Asia, with its format focusing on serviced apartment, hotel residences non-traditional rental market.  February 21-22 Amari Watergate Bangkok. For details CLICK.

HICAP Update 2019

The regional Southeast Asia edition of the larger HICAP event, individual regional and market specific focus is the showcase. March 12-13 Grand Hyatt Singapore. For details CLICK.

For those attending HICAP Update, following the event will be the 2019 edition of AOCAP (Alternative Ownership Conference Asia Pacific) on March 13thand 14that the Grand Hyatt Singapore. This event is focused on shared ownership, timeshare and hotel residences and is highly recommended for their specific focus on these segments. For details CLICK.

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