Student & Youth Travel Association Conference

August 9-13, 2019 | USA

The Student & Youth Travel Association Conference offers a relaxed yet business-focused setting for tour operators, travel agents, group travel planners and business partners to meet, learn and connect with each other. 

Spotlight

When you or your employees travel for business, duty of care is of the utmost importance. Not only should you have systems in place to ensure the safety of your team while they’re away, but make sure they know where to turn in the event that things do not go according to plan.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

ILTM Latin America 2022

May 3-6, 2022 | Brazil

ILTM Latin America is an invitation-only event, that brings together top luxury travel agents from Brazil and Latin America for pre-scheduled meetings with suppliers of the best travel experiences from around the world.

2nd Annual Sustainable Business Travel Summit America

May 2, 2022 | USA

Join over 100 of your corporate travel industry colleagues as The 2nd Annual Sustainable Business Travel Summit returns live and in person! This exclusive, buyer-focused conference will explore: Advancing Sustainable Lodging Measurements Profiles in Corporate Travel Sustainability To Net Zero and Beyond Forging Greener Means of Transport

Arizona Hotel Conference

May 3, 2022 | USA

The Arizona Hotel Conference is your opportunity to connect with the larger hotel community and hear industry leaders and experts share the latest hotel market trends and policy updates impacting your hotel. Network with local hoteliers and industry leaders Learn the latest recruiting tips and best practices Hear VIP speakers including state tourism executives and elected officials Catch-up on the very latest policy updates impacting your hotel Discover the latest state and national hotel market data trends

HVS MexHIC 2022

February 17, 2022 | Mexico

The last year has presented complex challenges for our industry. Hotel owners and operators were pressed to focus on safe conditions for their teams and guests. We saw a significant portions of Mexico’s economy come to a halt and, with it, the temporary shutdown of much of the country’s hotel inventory. We also observed the industry’s rapid reaction, creating conditions that might allow for property openings as local conditions allowed. And, of course, we remained close to hotel owners, investors and financial institutions as they evaluated measures that might lighten the financial burden of assets, thereby allowing a period of transition to the beginning of a recovery period that is gradually gaining strength.