On the 26th and 27th September, ExCeL, London, will throw open its doors to over 3,000 key decision makers, buyers and business owners from across the hotel sector. Here, all from under one roof, completely free of charge, visitors will be able to see, test and touch the technology that will transform the way they run their business, attract customers and set themselves apart from the competition.
Hotel Tech Live, is Europe's largest exhibition dedicated to the emerging technology, systems and products that are breaking new ground in the hotel sector. The 2017 event will be packed with the industry-transforming solutions that are redefining the look, feel and future of hotels across the globe, showcasing everything from the AI-enabled concierge robot to the industry's smartest augmented reality training solution.
The most progressive event for the hotel sector provides an unprecedented opportunity for hotel owners to take advantage of unparalleled networking opportunities with forward-thinking industry professionals from across the globe, sit in on panel sessions led by technology visionaries, engage in topical discussions about the latest developments and trends that are new for 2017, take in 150 exclusive seminars from the industry’s most influential innovators, connect with over 200 of Europe’s most visionary suppliers, including the likes of Trivago, Panasonic and Worldpay and so much more.
Amongst the amazing keynote speaker line-up are some of the world’s top hoteliers, including the Founder of Magnuson Hotels, Head of Innovation at Premier Inn, Head of Operations at Intercontinental Hotels and IT Director at Hotel du Vin & Bistro Malmaison.
Registration for Hotel Tech Live has now opened and attendance is absolutely free. To book your free ticket, simply visit the website.
Technology has become critical to attracting and retaining hotel guests, and today that means investing in a wide range of solutions that create immediate and personal engagement. With rising expectations, surprise and delight has been replaced by expected and assumed. Reservations must be easily made via any smart device, guestrooms must facilitate any type of content, networks need to be rock-solid, and data is now your most valuable asset.
To meet escalating guest expectations, 54% of hotels will spend more on technology this year, according to HT’s 2016 Lodging Technology Study. Their biggest priorities for technology spending, in order, are: payment security, guest room tech, bandwidth, and mobile engagement.