Committee F&B and Hospitality  •  Sustainable Business

Sustainability in the Hospitality Industry

EHL Campus, 3 Lady Hill Rd, 258672, Singapore
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Join us to explore the challenges and opportunities of sustainability in the hospitality industry.

Travel has returned in full force, and now it’s important to acknowledge how the behavior and priorities of travelers have changed. One key area has emerged as a clear front runner: Sustainability. 1 in 3 potential guests research a hotel’s environmental policy prior to their stay, and almost 75% are more likely to choose an accommodation option that implements sustainability practices. Hospitality organizations' success depends on their preserving the natural and cultural attractions that compel tourists to visit their destinations. Hence the industry is working toward championing responsible business and tourism.

Find out more about their journey of sustainability, their eco-friendly practices across their design, products and services, logistics, supplies, and their challenges, with our guests speakers, John Timson, Vice President Sustainability and Safety - South East Asia, Japan and Korea at AccorBenoit Badufle from Horus development & Consulting: Luxury Destination, Tourism & Hospitality Marketing Expert - Asia Specialist and, Regional Director of Monaco Tourism Authority, and Olivier Lopion, Managing Director SEA at The Oval Partnership. This conversation will be moderated by Joshua Gan, Regional Director, Asia-Pacific at Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne.

Many thanks to EHL Campus Singapore for hosting us.


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