South East Asia Hotel Investors’ Summit (SEAHIS) opens in Bangkok to record numbers

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BANGKOK: SEAHIS 2022 opened today with a record attendance and record sponsors. With over 100 speakers and with 40% of attendees being hotel owners or owners representatives the conference has a laser sharp focus on topics and questions that hotel owners would ask.

Simon Allison, Chairman and CEO Hoftel Asia Ltd, speaking live from the Summit said, “With a record 280 attendees of a very high quality of delegates, we have good support from the industry with a record number of sponsors ranging from owners to operators, lawyers and consultants. A very broad spectrum we have managed to achieve a truly regional event.

“Obviously the region is still opening up and there is still some caution on costs, the difficulty of recruiting, energy prices and with a geopolitic crisis in the background. It’s looking good at the moment but there are some clouds on the horizon.”

Commenting on the future, Allison said, “I think we can be back to pre-Covid levels within a year, but we are keeping a close eye on the Russian-Ukraine situation and on oil prices.“

The region’s leading hotel investment summit runs 27/28th June at the Westin Grande Sukhumvit Bangkok, looking at the post-Covid world for the hospitality sector and its investors.

The 2022 Summit brings together hotel owners, operators and service providers from right around the region.

SEAHIS features leading industry participants, KP Ho, Founder and Executive Chairman at Banyan Tree, Rajeev Menon, President – Asia Pacific of Marriott, Craig Bond, MD of La Vie Hotels, Christophe Piffaretti, Chief Development Officer at Kempinski, Katerina Giannouka, President, Asia Pacific at Radisson, Gerald Lee, CEO of the Far East REIT managers and Shunsuke Yamamoto, Managing Director of Fortress Investment Group, Suchad Chiaranussati, CEO of SC Capital, Dillip Rajakarier, CEO of Minor International, Stephan Vanden Auweele, CEO of Asset World Corporation (TCC).

For more information, please visit www.seahis.com

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