NYU 2018
NYU 2018
08 JUNE 2018 7:36 AM

Hotel News Now recaps the 2018 NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference.

RLJ CEO reflects on FelCor buy, looming retirement
Apple’s all-suite approach: Blanket urban markets
Outrigger’s Wagoner talks growth and perspective
Meyer Jabara Hotels looks west to expand its footprint
HVMG seeks continued growth through portfolio deals
Trinity seeks growth via alternative public platform
Strebel brings customer-centric perspective to role
Interstate CEO focuses in on people in 2018
Video: LIIC members look to tech, airlines for ideas
LIIC: Culture key in combating tight labor market
Company culture, tech feed into customer experience
Crestline sees strong 2018 through fund, relationships
Mandarin Oriental keeps laser focus on luxury
5 things CEOs are saying about the hotel industry
Hyatt Place updates include wellness, loyalty perks
REIT rap: Leaders talk inevitable consolidation, deals
LIIC: Execs look at M&A in a sellers’ market
Takeaways from three industry deals from the past year
IREFAC: Could Radisson be up for sale?
Retention, diversity and tech headline labor concerns
Owners search high and low for elusive value-add plays
CEOs discuss demand, disruptors and data
Industry outlook sunny amid strong supply, demand
Margaritaville targets new guests with Compass brand
Caesars plans entry into non-gaming hotels arena
How Marriott is reinventing the Sheraton brand
NYU Day Two: Hoteliers highlight evolving industry
NYU Day One: 40 years of transformation

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