Maximum Occupancy New Zealand is less than a month away!

Maximum Occupancy New Zealand is fast approaching and tickets are selling fast.

In less than a month, on 3rd to 4th April, 150+ delegates from across the
accommodation sector will come together at the Stamford Plaza Auckland to:
● Learn from the best of the best, with keynotes and panellists from, Expedia, Google, TOP 10 Holiday Parks, AccorHotels and more.
● Hear the industry’s hottest topics, trends and future updates
● Gain tons of actionable tactics and insights you can apply as soon as you get back to the office.
● Network with industry giants and like-minded professionals
● Enjoy the most productive two days out of the office

Some of our expert speakers include:

● Horwath HTL – Stephen Hamilton, Director
● Sudima Hotels/ HIND Management – Les Morgan, COO
● TOP 10 Holiday Parks – David Ovendale, CEO
● Expedia – Haley Purdon, Director Market Management – New Zealand &
Pacific Islands
● Tourism Industry Aotearoa – Sally Attfield, Hotel Sector Manager
● AccorHotels – Kerrie Hannaford – Area Director of Sales and Marketing
● TripAdvisor – AJ Shantiratnam, Senior Account Manager
● AccorHotels – Todd Simms, Director of Revenue
● Grand Chancellor Hotels – Hazel Rigler – Director of Marketing and
eCommerce ANZ

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For more information, visit the Maximum Occupancy New Zealand Website to keep up to date with speaker announcements and the latest updates.

Maximum Occupancy New Zealand Event details:
Where: Stamford Plaza Auckland, 22-26 Albert St, Auckland, 1010
When: April 03 to 04 2019

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