National Hotel Marketing Conference speakers announced

28 May 2014 by
National Hotel Marketing Conference speakers announced

The speaker line-up for this year's National Hotel Marketing Conference has been finalised ahead of the event on 11 June.

Set to take place at the Hilton St George's Park, Staffordshire, the conference will hear from Charles Starmer-Smith, head of travel for the Daily and Sunday Telegraph, Jeremy Rata, managing director of Bovey Castle, and Julian Ross, head of businesses for Wireless Social and I-Know UK.

The conference will cover topics such as online marketing, hotel PR, and the weddings and spa markets. More than 200 hotel owners are expected to attend, as well as general managers, marketing and sales managers.

The event is organised by the Tourism Business, the Hotel Marketing Association and the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

Other confirmed speakers include Pamela Carvell, president of the Hotel Marketing Association, Peter Hancock, chief executive of Pride of Britain Hotels, Matthew Gardiner, digital marketing executive for Choice Hotels, and Paul Charles, chief executive of Perrone Charles Communications and a former marketing director of Virgin Atlantic and Eurostar.

Tickets are available from the conference office, on 01904 438100, and at, and members of the Hotel Marketing Association, the BHA, CIM, and the Institute of Hospitality and the Tourism Society can access special conference attendance rates.

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