HD Expo schedule enhances conference

Featured sessions include “CEO Talks: Lessons From the Top” and “Owners’ Roundtable”

HD ExpoNEW YORK – The 2017 HD Expo announced that this year’s show in Las Vegas would feature extensive opportunities for inspiration in more than 30 conference sessions, covering today’s most impressive projects and trending topics.

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“HD Expo will not only offer a bustling show floor of product debuts, but it will also bring to the stage the most inspiring lineup of speakers,” said Stacy Shoemaker Rauen, editor in chief, Hospitality Design magazine.

The show, taking place May 3-5 at Mandalay Bay, begins with “CEO Talks: Lessons From the Top.” During a candid conversation with Shoemaker Rauen, presidents and CEOs of some of today's leading lifestyle and luxury brands will share their thoughts on the industry, the direction of the companies and how they set themselves apart and what ultimately affects their day-to-day decisions. Speakers include Brad Wilson, president, Ace Hotel Group; Josh Wyatt, president, Related Equinox Hotels Properties; Niki Leondakis, CEO, Two Roads Hospitality; Jay Stein, CEO, Dream Hotel Group and Mark Harmon, founder and managing partner, Auberge Resorts Collection.

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HD Expo also brings attendees face-to-face with hotel owners, developers and brand executives during the annual HD/ISHP Owners’ Roundtable—the show’s signature event. More than 35 hosts will share upcoming developments, company initiatives and their outlook on the industry.

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