Predict the Unexpected

With guest data as the new currency and personalization as the payoff, the stakes for surprise-and-delight in the hotel industry have been raised. Property-centric systems of the past must give way to guest-focused solutions. HT-NEXT 2020 will help hotels make this shift.

Learn how to leverage data, evolve technology stacks, and empower your teams to deliver the experience your guests want...before they even know they want it. Be inspired by visionary trailblazers and gain laser-focus from industry leaders about what the future holds in the dynamic world of tech-enabled experiences. At HT-NEXT 2020, learn to Predict the Unexpected

What to Expect

Speakers

Dorothy Creamer
Editor-in-Chief
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Shawn G. DuBravac, Ph.D., CFA
Global Futurist and Trendcaster
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Sarah Fults
Vice President of Distribution
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Odia Kagan
Partner, Chair of GDPR Compliance and International Privacy
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Brian Kirkland
Chief Technology Officer
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Abby Lorden
VP & Publisher
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Join hotel technology executives, Hospitality Technology magazine and HTNG for an innovation-packed and content-rich experience.
 
HTNG workgroups invite your participation in the standards that make our industry work.
Maximize your connections and get out of the hotel with built-in networking activities!
Get a glimpse of the future at Startup Alley and the Hotel Visionary and TechOvation Awards.
“HT-NEXT is my favorite US-based hospitality tech event. Its focus on innovation ensures that we always come back with great ideas for our own business and the event is intimate enough to have meaningful interaction with vendors and industry colleagues.” 
Floor Bleeker, President of HTNG, CIO Middle East & Africa and Global Accor Strategic Programs, AccorHotels
HT-NEXT provides hospitality professionals with an invaluable opportunity to come together, learn and collaborate around technologies relevant to our industry.  It’s a must-attend event for anyone looking to gain new knowledge and insights into what technologies matter, and how to stay competitive in this rapidly changing field.” 
Monika NergerGlobal CIO, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group