What Hoteliers Can Expect at Navigate

January 3, 2020 Cody Putman

With OTA’s owning the guest experience, growing competition, increased labor costs, and the fear of a looming recession, the ability for hoteliers’ to fill rooms and expand profits will continue to be tested. 

Fortunately, spring marks a time of growth and new beginnings. This March 2-4 marks the inaugural Navigate Hospitality Leaders Conference in San Antonio, TX. A chance to connect with fellow hotel executives and see what strategies they and other industry leaders are implementing to increase profitability.

Learn about Google’s impact on the industry and see the recent improvements to our Marketing, Reservations, and Analytics solutions. And hear keynotes from industry leaders representing Vail Resorts, Woodside Hotels & Resorts, Aqua-Aston Hospitality, JC Resorts, and many more. 

Hone in on relevant topics with a dedicated track designed specifically for General Managers and Owners. And join the Executive Round-up panel for an in-depth discussion to find out if the foundation you’ve laid has set your property up for long-term success.

Enjoy a little traditional Texas-style fun and plenty of opportunities to network as well. Some of the social events include the Navigate Round-Up Party & Awards, Texas BBQ, longhorn steers, armadillo races, and of course a little barn line dancing. 

So grab your bolo tie and join us in San Antonio this March for insights to help drive your profitability - and for a little fun.

Check out the event announcement or see the full agenda here.

We look forward to seeing you in Texas this spring.

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