Join the HSMAI Foundation and the hospitality collegiate community for the Virtual Intercollegiate Global Conference April 4-7, presented by HSMAI Greater New York.
Featuring a robust line-up of speakers and panelists, this is a wonderful opportunity for hospitality students and faculty to gain valuable insights and connect with top industry professionals.
The HSMAI Foundation is proud to be a part of this event as the Foundation’s mission is to elevate the overall caliber and performance of sales, marketing and revenue management professionals in the global hospitality industry by driving initiatives that will attract new talent, develop emerging talent, and engage existing talent.
“Now more than ever students in hospitality schools around the globe are needed in our industry,” said Robert A. Gilbert, CHME, CHBA, executive director of the HSMAI Foundation. “This conference will expose them to career paths and insights into the many career opportunities in the commercial landscape which includes sales, marketing, revenue optimization, and distribution.”
Attendees will have the opportunity to hear the personal stories of how some of the leading professionals in the industry have navigated their careers as well as enjoy robust discussions on current industry trends.
Speakers range from the HSMAI Foundation’s Chair Michelle Woodley, President, Preferred Hotels & Resorts, to United Airlines’ Leon Goldberg, to Mercedes Blanco from THRIVE – Women In Travel.
School registrations include an unlimited number of student signups. Registration is open now with early-bird pricing through March 21. The conference is produced by the HSMAI Greater New York chapter in conjunction with City Tech, New York University, Penn State, and St. John’s University. Conference partners include iVvy Venues and The Hotels Network. Learn more and register at https://www.ivvy.com/event/HSMAI22
About the Foundation
The HSMAI Foundation is a 501 c3 organization established in 1983 to serve as the research and educational arm of the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International. The Foundation’s mission is to elevate the overall caliber and performance of sales, marketing, and revenue management professionals in the global hospitality industry by driving initiatives that will attract new talent, develop emerging talent, and engage existing talent. The work of the Foundation is supported by private donations and corporate talent partners. Visit hsmaifoundation.org for more information.