Hotel Forum

The 2018 Hotel Forum is an opportunity for hotel GMs, senior executives and HR staff to discuss and debate the thorny issues and get the latest and most relevant information. There's also time for networking with your sector peers.

Where: Cordis, Auckland

When:  Wednesday 04 July 2018

Time:    9.30am - 12.00pm

Registration from 9.15am, followed by forum presentations & discussions.

A light lunch will be available 12.00pm-12.30pm.

This year's Hotel Forum topics include:

* Revenue management

* Employment law update with Fiona McMillan

* Immigration update

* Disaster resilience with Nancy Brown

Nancy Brown

PhD Candidate, Joint Centre for Disaster Research, Massey University

Nancy A. Brown is PhD candidate in Emergency Management at Massey University,  Wellington, New Zealand. Originally from Southern California, she earned a MS at California State University, Long Beach in Emergency Services Administration while working as the Emergency Preparedness Coordinator for The Hotels at the Disneyland Resort® in Anaheim, California. Nancy brings the practical experience of working in a number of multi-national hotel chains to her academic studies of disaster resilience within the hotel sector. Her long-term objects are to develop pragmatic ways for hotel management to build disaster resilience that also enhance the hotel’s profitability and long- term customer-service goals.

Fiona McMillan

Partner, Lane Neave

Fiona specialises in assisting employers with all employment law related advice involving all processes from restructurings to disciplinary matters.  She has built strong relationships within a number of different industries including corporate, tourism and manufacturing.

Fiona has a hands-on style of practise which involves working in a business as opposed to working alongside it.  This is where Fiona’s Human Resources experience comes in.  Fiona often undertakes HR audits and internal investigations and assists with the day to day HR functions of a business.

Although Fiona is based in Auckland she works with clients in all parts of the country.  Fiona regularly presents employment law seminars around New Zealand.

PLEASE NOTE: The Hotel Forum is open to everyone. If someone from your company has registered for Day Two of the Conference, registration to Day One is free of charge. If your company isn't registered to attend the Conference, Hotel Forum Registration is $100 (incl GST).

Registrations will open on 16 April – please register for the Hotel Forum for catering purposes.

Go to the Registration tab on this website. We look forward to seeing you there for a stimulating and informative discussion!

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