Jed C. Heller to speak at ARDA, Hotel Investment Conference
|Feb. 17, 2006 – Duxbury, Mass.– Jed C. Heller, president of The Providence
Group, a resort management consulting firm, will be a speaker at March
annual meetings of the Hotel Investment Conference and the American Resort
Development Association. In addition, he
will be a delegate to the Asian American Hotel Owners Association meeting in Las Vegas, Mar 22-24.
At the 18th Annual Hotel Investment Conference to be held Mar. 12-14 at the Crowne Plaza Ravinia in Atlanta, Heller’s remarks will address current challenges and opportunities in the hospitality industry.
At the American Resort Development Association’s annual conference and exposition at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, March 25-30, Heller will moderate a panel discussion on Maximizing Association Income. The session will feature new ideas for rentals, resales, and maintenance fee receivables.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to give back to the industry,” Heller says. “I’m thrilled to be able to share what I’ve learned working with leading-edge timeshare, hotel, and mixed-use developers over the past three decades.”
Recent Providence Group assignments stretch across the United States. In Hawaii, Heller is consulting with a hundred-room hotel on its conversion to a condo hotel. The project’s principal, John Stott, says, “given the location in Maui, the opportunity is to good to pass up.” To the far south, Heller is working with a luxury villa rental concept in Barbados through TPG’s Villa Consultants International division. And closer to home, TPG is assisting Thomas Pugliese with a timeshare development in Coastal Maine.
Board presidents and hotel and villa owners may contact Heller at (781) 582-8785 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about The Providence Group and Villa Consultants International.
About The Providence Group:
Jed C. Heller, President
|Also See:||The Providence Group Poised for Growth in 2006 / January 2006|
|The Providence Group forms Villa Consultants International / December 2005|