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 Expanding Opportunities in the Hotel Industry in China Prompts
a Special One Day Seminar in New York City, April 27, 2007
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HK PolyU and Hotel Online host China Hotel & Tourism Development
Seminar in New York on 27 April 2007

In response to the expanding opportunity in the hotel and tourism industry in China, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Hotel Online have teamed up to offer this special seminar on China Hotel & Tourism Development at Le Parker Meridien, New York on 27 April 2007.

Renowned China experts from Asia will be speaking at the Seminar on issues related to China's hospitality industry such as:

  • Investment in hotel development
  • Analysis of hotel development and demand in China
  • Hotel ownership structure
  • Service quality and management development needs
  • Analysis of China’s outbound travel patterns
  • Management and labour relationships
  • Multiunit operations and human resources development in China
Topics and Speakers
  • Overview of hotel and tourism industry in China – Current Issues and Challenges (read more)

  • Prof. Kaye Chon, Chair Professor and Director, School of Hotel & Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • The Development Trends in China’s Hotel & Tourism Industry (read more)

  • Dr. Tim Gao, CEO of TEDA Hotels Management Company Ltd., Beijing
  • Hotel Ownership and Investment in China (read more)

  • Mr Frank Hou, President, Jinling Hotels Management Co., Ltd.
  • The Hotel Industry Performance, Profitability and Outlook

  • Mr. Leo Yen, Director, Horwath HTL Asia Pacific (read more)
  • China Outbound Market – from the Government’s Perspective ( read more)

  • Mr. Tony Tse, Program Director (Industry Partnerships), School of Hotel & Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Registration 

The registration fee for the seminar is US$750 per person until 28 February 2007 and US$1,000 thereafter. For registration of three or more person from the same organization, the registration fee is US$500 per person. The fee covers the full day program, one lunch and two coffee breaks.

For more information about the Seminar on China Hotel & Tourism Development
and to download a registration form, please click www.polyu.edu.hk/htm/edp/chtd
or email: hmttse@polyu.edu.hk.

Cancellations received in writing before 15 March 2007 will be accepted and fees refunded less US$100 administration expenses. No refund thereafter. 

Venue

Le Parker Meridien
118 West 57th Street
New York, NY10019
Agenda
 
China Hotel & Tourism Development Seminar

Date: 27 April 2007 (Friday)
Venue:  Le Parker Meridien
118 West 57th Street, New York, NY10019
Tel: 212-708-7450

Programme:

0845 – 0915 Registration

0915 – 1015 Overview of hotel and tourism industry in China – Current Issues and Challenges - Prof. Kaye Chon, Chair Professor and Director, School of Hotel & Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

1015 – 1115 The Development Trends in China’s Hotel & Tourism Industry - Dr. Tim Gao, CEO of TEDA Hotels Management Company Ltd., Beijing

1115 – 1145 Refreshment break

1145 – 1245 China Outbound Market – from the Government’s Perspective - Mr. Tony Tse, Program Director (Industry Partnerships), School of Hotel & Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

1245 – 1400 Lunch

1400 – 1500 The Hotel Industry Performance, Profitability and Outlook - Mr. Leo Yen, Director, Horwath HTL Asia Pacific

1500 – 1530 Refreshment break

1530 – 1630 Hotel Ownership and Investment in China - Mr. Frank Hou, President, Jinling Hotels Management Co., Ltd.

1630 – 1700 Wrap-up Session

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Contact:

Flora Ng
Programme Officer
School of Hotel & Tourism Management
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Tel: (852) 2766 6543
Email: hmfn@polyu.edu.hk
http://www.polyu.edu.hk/htm/

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