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The Cordish Companies
Chief Development Officer
SBE Entertainment Group
Radisson Hotel Group
Hospitality Investors Trust
Chartres Lodging Group
Founder, Chairman & CEO
EVP & President, Americas
EVP & COO
Apple Hospitality REIT
President, Global Development, Architecture, Design & Construction
SVP & Team Leader, Hospitality Finance Group
CEO & Co-Founder
Founder, President & CEO
Oxford Capital Group, Oxford Hotels & Resorts
VP, Americas Design Services
VP of Development and Acquisitions - North America
Roger Hill II
The Gettys Group
CEO and Co-Founder
Managing Director, East Coast
Partner & CIO
Chief Development Officer - North America
Interstate Hotels & Resorts
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
Access Point Financial
Head of Hospitality
Founder & Principal
Executive Managing Director
Savills Hospitality Group
Director, eat + drink
Real Estate Director
Goulston & Storrs
LW Hospitality Advisors
Brian J. McCarthy, Inc.
Senior Vice President and Chief Change Architect
Perkins Coie LLP
MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED
Night Before: Cocktail Reception Hosted By Cornell Hotel Society DC & Baltimore Chapter
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**This cocktail is to be hosted on October 22nd and is not affiliated with Bisnow**
Registration, Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
Keynote With David Cordish, CEO, The Cordish Companies
Moderator: Adam Williamowsky, Streetsense
Hotel Finance and Investment
Asad Kazim, UBS Investment Bank
Mark Lomanno, Kalibri Labs
John Rutledge, Oxford Capital
Michael Blank, Woodmont Lodging
Dan Thorman, Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
Moderator: Kimberly Wachen, Arent Fox
Hilton's Ian Carter on How Global Travel is Changing
Coffee & Speed Networking
A Chat with the C-Suite
Ken Greene, Radisson Hotel Group
Rob Palleschi, G6 Hospitality
Greg O’Stean, Interstate Hotels & Resorts
Danny Hughes, Hilton
Moderator: Tara Gorman, Perkins Coie
How To Design New Revenue Streams That Go Beyond The Room
Roger Hill, The Gettys Group
Maki Bara, Chartres Lodging Group
David Bowd, Salt Hotels
Mari Balestrazzi, Hyatt Hotels
Scott Gerber, Gerber Group
Moderator: Corey Wilk, Goulston & Storrs
Lifestyle Hotels: Your Way, Right Away & What's Next
Sid Narang, SBE Hotels
Kathleen Flores, Trump Hotels
Jason Fudin, WhyHotel
Rani Gharbie, Virgin Hotels
Will Obeid, Kushner Companies
Moderator: Brian McCarthy, Brian J. McCarthy
The Brand Explosion: Everything You Need To Know
Fran Taloricco, Best Western
Bob Mannon, Lodge Works
Simon Hunter, CO OP
Steve Solomon, Friedlander Misler
Moderator: Gary Magenta, Root
The 2018 D.C., Maryland, & Virginia Playbook
Jim Abdo, Abdo Development
Austin Flajser, Carr Hospitality
Corry Oakes, OTO Development
Matt Wexler, Foxhall Partners
Moderator: Rebecca Jones, RD Jones
Coffee & Networking
Brillembourg Group's David Brillembourg on How Blockchain is Changing Hospitality
Keynote With Don Peebles, CEO, Peebles Corp.
Moderator: Dan Lesser, LW Hospitality Advisors
The 2018 State of the Hotel Market and 2019 Forecast
Jonathan Mehlman, Hospitality Investors Trust
Krissy Gathright, Apple Hospitality
Jennifer Dakin, Wells Fargo
Dilip Petigara, Access Point Financial
Moderator: Marc Magazine, Savills Studley
BLIS East 2018 Special Reception
Bisnow Lodging Investment Summit
Want to know what the future holds for the hospitality industry... well, so do we...
And while we may not have a crystal ball that can tell us the future of this asset class, what we do know is that the US hospitality outlook for 2018 is strong and has no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
According to JLL, 2018 kicked off the eighth consecutive year of growth for the hospitality industry as occupancy rates continue to rise. But don't get too comfortable, as rising construction costs, continued competition from online marketplaces, such as Airbnb, and the rise of experiential lodging is forcing hoteliers to step up their game and remain competitive in an otherwise demanding market.
Want to know what the future of blockchain has in store for the hospitality industry? Well, wait no more as we will deep dive into how this cryptocurrency is changing the way millennials do business.
With over 20 million visitors a year, the D.C. metro area is one of America's most popular tourist destinations. It is no surprise then, that the D.C., Virginia and Maryland area will each grow by more than 2,000 rooms during 2018.
Want to take meetings with the top hotel firms? Nowhere in the US has more lodging company HQs than the D.C. region, with Marriott, Hilton, RLJ, Host, Diamondrock, LaSalle, Chesapeake, Interstate, Thayer and more all located here. And they all will be in attendance!
While we work on that prototype for that crystal ball, please join us our top-level speakers dive deep into 2018's most relevant national and local lodging trends including hotel finance, investment, construction and design!
Please join us on October 23 in D.C. where the biggest REITs, hoteliers, and experts in the industry will come together in one place for one day only. You won't want to miss this!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Questions? Comments? Contact Chris Wainwright, our Director of Events, at Chris.Wainwright@Bisnow.com
Bisnow events are known for facilitating deal-making with lots of networking opportunities. Whether you are an owner, developer, manager, broker, lender, supplier, or consultant, your company is a crucial part of the national lodging market. Bisnow offers many opportunities for you to build good will and raise your company’s profile in this ever-changing industry. You’ll connect with existing and potential customers, partners, distributors, investors and vendors, and have the opportunity to showcase your products and services in front of a large and relevant audience.
Venue & Travel
Hilton McLean Tysons
7920 Jones Branch Dr.
Tysons, VA 22102
Ballroom: International Ballroom A & B
Parking Information: Free onsite parking
If you are coming from VA I-495 headed North or South, take exit 46A (Rte. 123 South, Tysons Corner) to get to the venue and then please follow the following instructions:
• At the first traffic light, turn right onto Tysons Boulevard.
• At the next traffic light, turn right onto Galleria Drive.
• At the second traffic light, turn right onto Jones Branch Drive.
• The hotel is the 2nd building on the right hand side.
Please click HERE for overnight accommodations.