Registration opens for HSMAI Europe's third annual revenue management conference

26 November 2012 by
Registration opens for HSMAI Europe's third annual revenue management conference

Optimising profitability will be the theme of next year's annual revenue management conference organised by Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMA) Europe.

The one-day interactive event, to be held at the Rembrandt hotel in London's Knightsbridge on 7 February, reflects the increased need for revenue managers to drive profit from all profit centres, including bedrooms, food and beverage, meetings and events, and spas.

"I am delighted that HSMAI Europe will be showcasing the challenges that revenue managers face when putting together a total revenue management programme" said Ingunn Hofseth, President HSMAI Europe. "This one day conference will bring together key players across all hotel profit centres and is a must-attend event for all revenue professionals across Europe"

Delegates can register at the early bird rate, until 15 December, by visiting

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By Janet Harmer

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