TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR comes to Singapore for second event of 2019 [Video]
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TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR Singapore will bring together the top brass of the local, regional and international hotel industry at the Swissotel The Stamford on March 14
We take a look inside the exclusive hospitality gathering to see what’s in store for delegates.
Return to Singapore for a fourth time
TOPHOTELPROJECTS’ now-famous TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR series of boutique networking events brings together hospitality industry professionals from all sectors to network, learn and engage.
TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR 2019 kicked off in fine style on Feb 7 in London’s Nobu Hotel Shoreditch.
The upcoming Singapore event will mark the fourth consecutive year the day-long conference will be held in the Lion City — a clear sign of its importance in the regional and international hotel industry.
Glittering Speakers and Panel Discussion
As with every TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR event, there will be a healthy dose of networking opportunities, with the eight “Change Table” sessions peppered throughout the morning and afternoon, designed to allow every delegate to meet every other attendee.
There will be four keynote presentations around the topics of networking, trends in wellness, and sustainability.
TOPHOTELPROJECTS CEO Rolf W. Schmidt will address the audience on the status of the Asia Pacific market in terms of hotel development, the region’s pipeline and who the biggest players in the industry are at the moment.
We are delighted to welcome back familiar faces, some of whom have been with us on many different occasions all over the world.
The panel discussion will focus on how to incorporate sustainability and sustainable processes and practices at early stages of hotel development.
The list of confirmed speakers at TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR Singapore so far include Adrian Battisby from LW Design, from GOCO Hospitality, and Karen Hay from IN-Dulge, from Greenview, Gert Noordzy from Northside Consulting and Lorraine Reimann from CHIL Interior Design.
In Singapore, three amazing hotel design projects will compete for the Creative Spark prize.
Creative Spark is a competition between three architects/interior designers where delegates act as judges. Candidates present their projects and further discuss their work as part of a panel discussion. It’s the perfect opportunity for delegates to catch up on the latest hotel projects and hospitality design trends in general.
In Singapore, the three finalists include the Angelina Bar at the Sofitel Metropole Hotel, Hanoi, the Shenzhen Raffles Hotel, with a third to be announced shortly.
You’ll have to attend the conference to find out who wins!
Here’s a video recap of TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR 2018 in the Sofitel Singapore City Centre:
For more information on attending, speaking or sponsoring TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR, please get in touch with TOPHOTELPROJECTS Head of Global Events & Conferences Kayley van der Velde.
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