You will find much less than 24 hours right up until the ‘Who’s Who’ of the lodge and accommodation sector communicate at the prestigious Most Occupancy Lodging Business Conference.
The two-day event will be held at Te Pokapū | Aotea Centre in Auckland from the 26th to the 27th of July 2022 and will consist of the widest cross-section of sector leaders and experts sharing their insights on the critical subjects of theindustry appropriate now.
“It’s going to be an enjoyable, jam-packed conference full of important data with about 20 periods throughout the 2 days featuring a selection of experts across all sectors in the field,” stated Adrian Caruso, Party Organiser and Founder & Taking care of Director of Fastrack Digital NZ.
“We’ve ensured that sessions and workshops mirror what the market desires to know now. We’ll go over subjects such as “The Modifications to Buyer Conduct that are listed here to stay” and “The Company Sector – Gone Forever? Or Diverse?”
Speakers this calendar year include things like:
- Rebecca Ingram, Chief Government Tourism Marketplace Aotearoa
- Graham Perry, Handling Director, BWH Resort Team Australasia
- Ross Steele, General Supervisor, Te Pae Christchurch
- David Ovendale, CEO Prime 10 Holiday getaway Parks
- Paul Hammond, Company Enhancement Manager, STR Pacific
- Renae Trimble, Chief Commercial Officer, Accor APAC
Most Occupancy has been in a position to safe Head of Journey for Google Australia, Michelle Allen, together with Sarah Mathews, Team Head of Media Partnerships, APAC, Tripadvisor and Julie White the CEO of Hospitality New Zealand as 3 of the big keynote speakers.
The partnership between Accommodation Affiliation New Zealand and Optimum Occupancy New Zealand continues to winner the accommodation business inside New Zealand with the coming alongside one another of leading field professionals and leaders.
“To be ready to welcome worldwide keynote speakers and fill our programme with important information for customers was designed feasible by the partnership involving Highest Occupancy and Accommodation Association New Zealand.”
For more facts, go to the Utmost Occupancy New Zealand Site.