Published on : Friday, August 14, 2020
I Meet Hotel is the first global industry event connecting hoteliers to the future of hospitality. Together, IMH and its speakers and sponsors will give the audience the keys to higher revenue and a customer loyalty approach with insightful conferences. A vital point within the event is the networking session which enables all the participants to get to know each other, talk, exchange experiences and develop new business and personal relations. It is the perfect occasion to inspire and be inspired.
I Meet Hotel events have recently taken place in Krakow, Istanbul, and Amsterdam. Upcoming ones in 2020 are in Paris (15 Sept), Milan (29 Oct), and Montreux (28 Nov).
The next I Meet Hotel industry event in Paris will take place September 15th, 2020. In a sign of the times, the B2B gathering will adopt an innovative hybrid format combining face-to-face discussions and online participation. The new format may be the shape of things to come for hotels and international business conferences.
The event, which will attract leading French speakers in hospitality, will give hoteliers and consultants the chance to take stock of a hospitality sector unrecognisable from the start of the year.
Similar to I Meet Hotel’s recent webinar series, this Parisian edition will be addressing topics as responses to post covid-19 needs.
● Resumption of destination France in a post-COVID
● Technologies for the hospitality industry, increase your revenue, improve the customer experience and optimize your operations
● Recruitment and Human Resources
● Using big data to reassess revenue post-COVID
● Panel combining sustainable development and the customer experience
“We will hear straight talking by industry leaders. They will emphasise the opportunities that new operating realities present,” said Caroline Dal’lin, Director of Business Development of Bidroom, the organiser of I Meet Hotel.
The innovative hybrid event has been designed to attract a global French-speaking audience without borders.
Bidroom’s CEO Michael Ros said that whether face-to-face or virtually, I Meet Hotel’s overarching aim was to help hoteliers extend networks, build business, create new partnerships, and adopt sustainable practices. “Combining simultaneous virtual streaming and a socially-distanced face-to-face meeting, I Meet Hotel is bringing the future of hospitality into the present,” said Ros. “It’s a new model for hoteliers and meeting planners to try out.”