Taking place just four days after the EU referendum, the Hospitality and Tourism Summit will provide a platform for politicians and hospitality bosses to discuss the impact of the vote.
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale and former Conservative party leader Lord Hague are to deliver the keynote speeches at the Hospitality and Tourism Summit, providing an early opportunity to explain their vision for life after the referendum vote.
Organised by the British Hospitality Association, the summit brings together hospitality bosses, politicians and investors to discuss key industry issues.
Taking place on 27 June at Grange St Paul's hotel, this year the event will provide a platform to discuss the result of the EU referendum and its impact on both the country and the hospitality industry.
Other topics of conversation will include diversity, the challenges of the digital economy, investment, and employment law.
Speakers from the hospitality industry will include Accor, Jumeirah Hotels, Merlin Entertainment, One Fine Stay, and Starwood Capital Group.
Ibrahim added: "The Hospitality and Tourism Summit on 27th is the most influential event of its kind and this year we have the best ever speaker-line up.
"It gives people working in and with the industry the chance to connect with industry leaders, agenda-setters and members of the Government and the media for discussions that will shape our future path towards growth.
"Being connected is about forging partnerships within the industry and recognising that working together is better for success than going it alone.
"It is also about meaningful conversations with government and our observers - about engaging with them, being authentic and being accountable."
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