HOTEL ROI CHARLOTTE
Johnson & Wales University Events Center- Charlotte Campus | Oct 11, 2017
Charlotte has had a big 2017 playing host to Hamilton and the PGA Championship, among other exciting demand drivers like banking and energy booms. Charlotte’s tourism is outperforming the rest of the state; in 2015 tourism generated $160 million in spending. However, Charlotte has taken a major financial hit with the passing of House Bill 2, which has turned away a plethora of business and leisure related events like The NBA's All-Star Weekend which cost the city a hefty $100 million.
Hotel ROI connects local and regional hospitality leaders for an intensive one-day meeting to discuss how to leverage hotel properties for maximum returns in today's market with tomorrow in mind.
1. Hear from revenue and operations experts on game-changing ways to positively influence your ROI
2. Network with local developers, investors, owners, and expert consultants to help you maximize profits on your current property OR meet with new prospects to find your next deal
3. Dive deep into the Charlotte market plus its surrounding secondary and tertiary markets currently driving demand
"Charlotte took a financial hit last year thanks to House Bill 2, but all signs still point to growing supply and demand through 2017. Development within the city continues at an impressive pace and hotel valuation is expected to climb 13 percent through 2021, so we're excited to see what the Hotel ROI Conference has in store for the region's hoteliers." - Hitesh (HP) Patel, AAHOA Vice Chairman
Johnson & Wales University Events Center- Charlotte Campus
801 W Trade Street Charlotte, North Carolina 28202 (Academic Center 1st Floor)
Located in the Academic Center at 801 West Trade Street.