I am convinced that SAHIC gives us a unique opportunity to understand what is happening and, above all, what may happen in the hotel and tourism industry.
For all this and the highlights mentioned below, I can tell you that it will be good to meet at SAHIC on September 28-29 in Lima, Peru.
A unique opportunity to meet with those who are writing the future of business in the region and the world and meet face to face those who can give us a different vision that could lead us on new ways to approach our future.
The possibility to be among the first to know everything about the latest hospitality trends. Top agenda topics include: Investment Climate in South America, Strategies for Growing Our Markets, Opportunities in Peru, Special Session: What is happening in Cuba? What could happen?, Brazil the giant facing a new challenge, A View from the Hotel Chains and the Owners’ Seat.
The opportunity to listen to Ian Schrager, an emblematic character in the entertainment and hospitality industry. Ian began his career with the creation of two famous nightclubs, Studio 54 and Palladium, before he became interested in hotels. Considered by many as the ‘father’ of the boutique and lifestyle hotel concept, his innovative and creative mindset will transform his address in something inspiring.
Speakers include, among others, 6 Prestigious Global Hospitality Executives: Patrick Mendes, Chief Executive Officer South America, Accor Hotels; David Berg, Chief Executive Officer, Carlson Hospitality Group; Ted Middleton, Senior Vice President of Development The Americas, Hilton Worldwide; Laurent de Kousemaeker, Chief Development Officer of the Caribbean & Latin America Region, Marriott International; Jorge Giannattasio, Senior Vice President and Chief of Latin America, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide; Paulo Pena, President and Managing Director for Latin America & Caribbean, Wyndham Hotels Group.
SAHIC is the Hotel business event for business people that gathers every year over 400 decision-makers from the industry from over 25 countries, making it the must-attend industry event in the region.
Last but not least, the opportunity to enjoy some of the amazing restaurants of Lima, those that contribute to the prestige of Peruvian cuisine. Three of them are already among the top 50 according to the renowned British magazine “Restaurant”: Central, Maido and Astrid y Gaston or some others who are not on that famous list, but deserve to be: Rafael, La Gloria or Malabar, only to point out a few.