hotel & tourism forum in Milan to be held in conjunction with Salone del Mobile from 8 to 14 April 2019
27 Feb 2019
hotel & tourism forum Milan (previously known as Tourism Investment) - the leading Italian hospitality and tourism investment conference - will take place in conjunction with Salone del Mobile, the world’s leading design and furniture exhibition, from 8 to 14 April 2019. The venue of the event - a stunning industrial hall, designed by Gio Ponti – will combine both conference and exhibition areas.
The event, that since 2014 has become a benchmark for the hospitality & tourism real estate sector in Italy, will bring together investors, developers, construction companies, hotel groups, individual hotels, public institutions, consultants and suppliers for the hospitality sector.
In 2019, the agenda of the event will consist of a cocktail reception (Sunday, 7 April), a conference and coсktail & dinner (Monday, 8 April) and a hospitality-focused exhibition (from Monday, 8 April to Sunday 14 April).
The conference programme will focus on investments, hospitality, and design and include presentations, panel discussions, as well as interesting networking opportunities. The exhibition area created together with the architect Simone Micheli, will represent a unique space of around 4,000 sqm, consisting of different hotel mockups, a dining room and a wellness & spa area along with meeting and conference facilities.
Please find the full event programme by clicking here.
Interested to attend or become an event partner?
Please contact the hotel & tourism forum Milan team or get in touch with Giorgio Bianchi, Director, Head of Italy, at PKF hotelexperts.
hotel & tourism forum S.r.l. was formed in 2018 by PKF hotelexperts, GIVI srl and Giorgio Bianchi.
Based in Milan, its purpose is to organise and develop - not just in Italy, but on a European scale - the annual conference which was previously known as Tourism Investment. Since 2014, it has become a benchmark for the hospitality & tourism real estate sector in Italy. It brings together investors, developers, construction companies, hotel groups, individual hotels, public institutions, consultants and suppliers for the hospitality sector.
To learn more, please visit www.hoteltourismforum.com