British Hospitality Association partners with the Independent Hotel Show 2015

The Independent Hotel Show 2015 has welcomed the British Hospitality Association (BHA) as a key partner of the show. The BHA is the leading membership organisation championing the British hospitality and tourism industry and promotes the interests of hotel owners and other businesses in the sector.

Dedicated to driving growth within hospitality and tourism, the BHA’s alignment with the Independent Hotel Show demonstrates their combined commitment to support, inspire and engage with the UK’s burgeoning boutique and luxury hotel sector.

Commenting on the collaboration Sergey Shishkin, Business Development and Relationship Manager at BHA says: “The luxury and boutique hotel sector embarked on a strong future and we are delighted to announce the British Hospitality Association has been appointed a key partner of the Independent Hotel Show 2015.

“This flourishing sector has a lot to offer and it is only by sharing ideas and promoting the interests of our members that the hospitality and tourism industry can continue on its journey to prosperity.

“We encourage all independent hoteliers to join the show to gather valuable insights, strengthen networks and maximise ideas which could ultimately help the business profitability.”

Miranda Martin, Event Manager at the Independent Hotel Show adds: “Securing partners that support the ethos of the Independent Hotel Show is of the upmost importance and we are thrilled to have the British Hospitality Association on board. It is paramount that we work with organisations such as the BHA and represent and reflect the interests of the UK independent hotel sector.”

Registration for the Independent Hotel Show 2015 is now live and the show promises to be bigger and better than ever before, with a packed seminar programme and new features such as the ‘Independent Think Tank’ designed for targeted workshops and events. The show will run from 20 to 21 October 2015 at Olympia West, London.

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