Hotelivate gears up for the 16th Edition of HICSA

Hotelivate, a Hospitality consulting firm, is organizing the 16th edition of its annual Hotel Investment Conference South Asia (HICSA) in Mumbai next month. The two-day conference would be committed to the region’s hospitality sector focusing on prospective growth and investment opportunities. Broadly, it would also be addressing the challenges faced by the sector at large.

Manav Thadani, Founder Chairman of Hotelivate and Founder of HICSA, while addressing about 16th anniversary of HICSA said, “This year’s conference is particularly important coming on the heels of various global and regional destabilizing events, such as the trade war, possibility of a war in the Middle East, and the dreaded Coronavirus.”

As the hospitality industry is affected on many levels due to a number of reasons, HICSA plans to provide an opportunity for all stakeholders to ideate. To attain greater heights, HISCA continues to build itself as an unparalleled platform that encourages exchange of ideas and the best practices. In the upcoming edition of HISCA, numerous first-time speakers would be talking on a range of subjects that are not directly related to hotels, but the sectors that can certainly be benefitted from them.

Every year, HICSA comes up with an evolving agenda and this time the conference program has been designed to ensure that all participants get the most from it.

Apart from the numerous panel discussions and keynote addresses, on first day of the conference the winners of the ‘HICSA Hotels of the Year Awards – 2020’ would also be presented by MakeMyTrip. Since its establishment, over 400 hotels have been nominated in various categories.

Whereas, on the second-day sessions like ‘How the Market Views the Hotel Companies’, ‘The Business of Finer Things’ would be executed and a number of owners and operators would be gathered under one roof.

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