AHLA, Questex collaborate for The Hospitality Show

All industry stakeholders are expected to attend the event

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The American Hotel and Lodging Association and information services and event company Questex are producing “The Hospitality Show,” a three-day event which will be held from June 27 to 29, 2023, in Las Vegas.

THE AMERICAN HOTEL and Lodging Association is collaborating with information services and event company Questex to produce “The Hospitality Show.” It will have sessions from expert speakers, an exhibit hall, personalized business matchmaking as well as a host of other networking opportunities, according to AHLA.

AHLA will hold the show from June 27 to 29, 2023, at The Venetian hotel and casino in Las Vegas. All industry stakeholders are expected to attend the three-day event.

“As the single entity representing the entire hotel industry, we at AHLA recognize the need to annually bring together our most important voices and respected leaders,” said Chip Rogers, AHLA president and CEO. “The Hospitality Show will be a completely new hospitality event experience – a one-stop-shop for the hospitality industry to meet, learn and do business with stakeholders from other businesses that are key to our operations. We intend to make THE SHOW the most important hotel event of the year and are excited to partner with Questex to make this happen.”

Alexi Khajavi, president, Questex Hospitality Group, said the company was privileged to help produce the show.

“The Hospitality Show will serve as the rally point for hospitality professionals across all aspects of the industry to gather, build relationships and get business done,” Khajavi said. The timing is perfect for an industry event that brings the entire ecosystem together in one place.”

Questex also produces The International Hospitality Investment Forum (IHIF) and several specialty curated buyer/seller events such as Hotec Design, the statement added.

AHLA Foundation recently launched a trafficking prevention training program for the hotel industry.