Industry's Best Lined-Up For National Hospitality Conference 2015
The line-up for the annual National Hospitality Conference 2015, in association with Hospitality Ireland magazine, has started to take shape, with arguably the biggest name in the industry confirmed t...
The line-up for the annual National Hospitality Conference 2015, in association with Hospitality Ireland magazine, has started to take shape, with arguably the biggest name in the industry confirmed to speak at the event.
Pat McCann (pictured), chief executive officer at Dalata, has had a busy year as the Group continues to expand its stable of hotels and post healthy revenue figures.
McCann has over 45 years of experience in the hotel industry, having started his career in 1969 with Ryan Hotels. He has held a number of non-executive positions within the hospitality sector and other industries, including state and public company entities.
He was formerly a director of EBS Building Society and Greencore Group. He has served as National President of the Irish Hotels Federation, was a Member of the National Tourism Council (Ireland) and a Member of the Irish Tourism Review Group.
Also confirmed for the National Hospitality Conference is Euromonitor International, the world’s leading independent provider of strategic market research. Euromonitor creates data and analysis on thousands of products and services around the world.
Adam Hyman, the founder of CODE, one of the leading authorities on the London hospitality industry, will also speak at the event.
CODE is an innovative media brand and consultancy working in the hospitality industry. As well as consulting on F&B strategies for real estate companies, specialising in restaurant property, financing, branding and social media, CODE publishes The CODE Bulletin weekly e-newsletter and The CODE app – an online platform with exclusive offers for hospitality professionals.
More top names to speak at the event will be announced in the coming weeks.
The 2015 National Hospitality Conference will once again run alongside the National Hospitality Awards, which will be announced on Monday 19 October at the InterContinental Dublin, Simmonscourt Road, Dublin 4.
For more information about these events or to purchase tickets click here. Conference-only tickets are €95 + Vat.