The 24th annual International Hospitality Investment Forum (IHIF) is pleased to share the following news from our 2022 edition.
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IHIF 2022 returns to Berlin
Registrations now open for the meeting place of hospitality innovators and game-changers
With a core focus on people, planet and profit, the event returns to bring together forward-thinking investors, owners and developers from over 80 countries. IHIF is where the most powerful leaders come together to discuss the hospitality industry’s current state, with a powerfully curated programme of keynote speakers, expert panels, roundtables and interactive sessions that will guide delegates through the constantly evolving investment landscape.
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Five key trends shaping the hospitality investment sector
Investors share current challenges and opportunities at IHIF Advisory Board meeting
Industry experts on the International Hospitality Investment Forum (IHIF) 2022 Advisory Board have set out five key trends that will shape the sector’s recovery this year.
While challenges such as rising costs and talent shortages remain, there are reasons to be optimistic with borrowing terms expected to improve and hoteliers set to start spending again after two years of cost-cutting during the pandemic.
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IHIF 2022 to offer vital insights on the changing hotel investment landscape
The thought-provoking educational programme will delve into trending topics to help hospitality investors adapt and thrive
Sustainable practice tops agenda for IHIF 2022
Hospitality’s advocates for sustainable practice will share their experiences on achieving a more profitable future
This year sees sustainability take a front seat as ‘planet’ tops the agenda alongside ‘people’ and ‘profit’. As the world-renowned event returns, some of hospitality’s most successful advocates for sustainable practice in the hotel landscape will be sharing their experiences on achieving a more profitable future for the industry.
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IHIF announces the return of Adjacent Spaces
Dedicated event for hospitality innovators and game changers to be held alongside main conference for second consecutive year
Representation of Women in The Hospitality Industry
Ethnic diversity in the hospitality sector is improving from entry level up, according to a recent survey of over 400 global participants carried out by WiH Global, supported by Questex Hospitality and Hospitality Insights. However, more action is needed to drive change at the leadership level. The picture is the same when looking at the representation of women in the sector, with 66% of middle management being female, indicating potential for levelling up at board level in time.
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