As you know, we have postponed the in-person events on 25th and 26th January till June 2022. Instead we are now going ahead with several other events virtually – and you are invited! See below for two of the HSMAI Europe activities.
How does the industry attract and retain the best talents?
What students of today expect from their future hospitality employers? What does it take for the Hospitality Industry to remain a “love to work for Industry” for future generations?
Tuesday, January 25th 2022
9.30 am – 11.00 am CET (8.30 am – 10.00 am UK time)
The statistics from the hotel schools have for many years shown figures that 60% or more of the students leave the industry after graduating. The lack of staff is one of the biggest challenges for our industry now. These are two of the main reasons why we have put a lot of effort and enthusiasm into the HSMAI Europe Student Council.
HSMAI Europe has given the stage to students for them to share their thoughts about the future and what they expect from their future employers.
You will meet some members of the HSMAI Europe Student Council, representatives from our People & Culture Advisory Board and others, discussing this topic and the future of the hospitality industry.
HSMAI Europe TV
Join us and take part in the discussion on:
Wednesday, January 26th 2022
2.00 pm – 4.00 pm CET (1.00 pm – 3.00 pm UK time)
Up to two-hour long live TV show with interesting guests
Co-host: Terence Baker, Senior reporter, Europe, Hotel News Now
Here are some of the topics we will be talking about:
- Trends and Outlook on the Future of MICE
- Recovery is in progress, and economic fundamentals point to a solid foundation for continued rebuilding. We will talk about the latest views on the economy, the mindset of travelers, and expectations for how and when travel will fully recover
- Leisure Demands
- How should hospitality sales, marketing, and revenue professionals approach identifying the KPIs that will be most relevant to them in the months ahead?
- A View from the Top: Chief Commercial Officers Take on the Big Issues
- And more
We will abide by HSMAI´s Antitrust Policy, which we will share with you as a reminder at the beginning of the session.