The first edition of many for the years to come, the Indonesia Hospitality & Tourism Investment Conference (IHT), promises a great conference for delegates to acquire market insights, seek business opportunities and ideas, showcase products, as well as to connect with CEOs and leaders essential for the future of hospitality and tourism related businesses. The event will provide the perfect opportunity for all the investors and stakeholders of hospitality industry including hotel owners, hotel management companies, government agencies, equity investors, bankers, financers, legal advisors, real estate developers, architects/designers and planners, and professional advisors (Consultants and suppliers) to convene and create a beneficial network.
The program will feature decision-makers and senior executives in the tourism and lodging sector from both the public and private sector with an interest in Indonesia, currently the hottest investment market in Southeast Asia. During the course of the conference, delegates will get to learn about the latest industry trends and best practices as well as meet and greet industry movers and shakers.
Among some of the highlighted issues of the conference are:
• Hotel and Tourism Investment Opportunities in the World's Largest Archipelago
• Insights on Exponential Growth Opportunities for your Companies
• Spotting the Market Trends and Capitalise on the Untapped Domestic Markets
• Sources of Financing (Domestic and International) for Your Investments and Developments
• Ways a Hotel Owner or Developer could Optimise Hotel Profitability and Investment Returns
• Learn the Tourism Master Plans and Secure Strategic Market Position
IHT is organized by HVS (initially known as Hospitality Valuation Services), the leading hospitality investment consulting firm globally and co-hosted by the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy and the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM). Key Patron Supporters of IHT are Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Germany Austria and Switzerland Committee (KIKJAS), the Indonesia Tourism Promotion Board and the Indonesia Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI).
Rich in natural resources and experiencing an era of dynamic economic progress, Indonesia is a market not to be missed. Tourism arrival is expected to increase from the current 250 million to an estimated 400 million by 2022, reflecting an estimated five percent annual growth. An additional 100,000 guestrooms will be required, translating to an estimated 700 to 800 hotels to be built in the next decade, creating tremendous opportunities for developers, investors, financiers, hotel management groups, airlines companies, travel agencies, consultancies and other stakeholders. Given these golden opportunities to invest in Indonesia’s hospitality and Tourism industries, the two-day event is not to be missed as both an annual networking and educational platform.
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