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    First Hotel Management Conference in Colombo Featured

    April 18, 2015

    The Ceylon Hotel School Graduates Association will hold its first Hotel Management Conference from May 12-13 at the Taj Samudra Hotel, Colombo.

    The two-day conference on the theme 'Strategic Management for Hospitality Leaders' will showcase the growing potential that lies within the travel and hospitality sector and explore approaches that allow companies to create further value for stakeholders, Chairman Conference Committee, Ceylon Hotel School Graduates Association, Nishantha Manawadu said. The theme reflects the mission of the conference, which is to educate, inspire and motivate the attendees to take full advantage of every opportunity within this strong and growing market, he added.

     

    The event, which is organised with the Hotels Association of Sri Lanka, is expected to attract a large number of top business leaders representing the hospitality, travel and leisure sectors including hotel owners, industry leaders and hospitality experts.

     

    Veteran hospitality industry professional, Sunil Dissanayake, the Project Leader of the conference, said that the organisers have lined up an interesting array of activities covering many meaningful topics.

     

    "We are hopeful that the participants would walk away with the knowledge they need to make a difference to their business and the country's hospitality landscape that holds much promise," he added.

     

    The conference agenda will feature speakers and panel discussions by a wide cross-section of leading industry innovators and thought leaders on topics covering national, regional and global issues relating to the travel and hospitality industry from strategic and operational perspectives.

     

    It is envisaged that these sessions will provide participants with cutting-edge, expert insights on the state of the hospitality industry and a look into the future.

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