Young Hoteliers Summit goes digital

Young Hoteliers Summit (YHS), the largest student-run hospitality summit in the world, announces our first-ever YHS Virtual 2020. In true YHS spirit, the conference will continue to bring together industry experts and students from leading hospitality institutions around the world, to share insights and knowledge.

While the physical YHS event has been canceled amid rising concerns from the COVID-19 situation, the YHS team has been working round the clock to turn this into an opportunity to create a whole new YHS experience. In perfect alignment with the YHS 2020 theme “Power to the People; The Growth Mindset”, the team has been empowered to take charge of the situation and use this as a possible growth avenue to inspire a wider audience on a virtual platform.

YHS Virtual 2020 could set new ground for the sharing of ideas and knowledge, in a convenient and sustainable way, by sparing our audience the inconveniences of travel times and airfares, with no entrance fees.

Interested parties may use the online platform to make hear from industry leaders and engage in insightful and engaging debates and discussions on the industry’s hottest topics – no matter where they are. This virtual summit, the YHS team is pleased to bring you speakers such as Michael Levie, Co- Founder & COO of CitizenM, Steve Hood, Senior Vice President of Research at STR, and Anita Mendiratta, Founder & President of Anita Mendiratta & Associates and Special Advisor to the Secretary General of the UNWTO.

The virtual summit will take place on 16 March (3-6 pm CET) and 17 March (4-7 pm CET). To register to attend the event, please visit the following link:

Online participation is free of charge.

Please follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram (@YHSGlobal) as we continue to share updates. Contact us at [email protected] for any enquiries.

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