Leaders in Hospitality CEE & CIS Summit which will be taking place on 14th - 15th of May, 2014 in Warsaw, Poland will focus on investigation the future on the CIS Hospitality industry and will explore ways of mitigating risks in the region as well as provide elaborated plan of how to find new ways of attracting investments and increasing profits despite the political uncertainty.
The role of the international industry bodies has never been as important as it is now. They act as the voice of the vibrant international hospitality community, representing its interest towards the governments, monitor policy development, enhancing industries bottom lines and connecting industry professionals across the regions.
In order to encourage and support such an outstanding growth of the hospitality industry International Business Council is proud to host its annual Leaders in Hospitality CEE & CIS Summit in Warsaw, Poland on May 14th - 15th, 2014.
Leaders in Hospitality CEE & CIS Summmit which will take place on the 14th - 15th of May, 2014 in Warsaw, Poland will bring together thought leaders on the subject Sutainable Business who will share their extensive knowledge on the current scenarios of sustainable strategies developement and will provide point by point plan how business can not only save the planet but also improve its corporate image and most imporantly turn its investment in sustainability into profits.
According to the recent PWC report, only "One in five CEOs" believes that the global economy will improve over the coming year and 70% are committed to cutting costs. While global businesses continue to struggle, today's CEOs continue to face numerous challenges while trying to make their businesses profitable.
In order to address and combat the most pressing issues faced by the regional hospitality sector, International Business Council has emphasized on the importance of Leaders in Hospitality CEE & CIS Summit that will take place on the 14th - 15th of May in Warsaw, Poland and once again will host over C- level 200 hoteliers from across the region.