The Hospitality & Tourism Summit 2016

Monday 27 June 2016, The Grange St. Paul's Hotel, London


As representatives of one of the largest and most influential industries in the UK, our main role is to bring together our members and represent their interests, to make sure that hospitality and tourism stay on the agenda and that our industry continues to grow and thrive. To do this, one of the most important things we – and our members – can do is to stay connected.

Being CONNECTED is about forging partnerships within the industry and recognising that working together is better for success than going it alone.

Being CONNECTEDis about meaningful conversations with government and our observers - about engaging with them, being authentic and being accountable.

Being CONNECTED is about joining up the capital and the regions, the cities and rural areas, and about using investment and job creation to stimulate vibrant communities and address regional inequalities.

Being CONNECTED is about making all our employees feel equally valued, whatever their background, race, sexuality, gender or disability.

Being CONNECTED is about embracing the digital age and transforming the ways we connect with our customers.

And of course, four days after the EU referendum, being CONNECTED is about how we as a country connect with Europe and the rest of the world in the light of the referendum, whatever its result.

At the British Hospitality and Tourism Summit on 27th June 2016, the most influential event of its kind, you’ll get the chance to connect with industry leaders, agenda-setters and members of the government and the media for discussions that will shape our future path towards growth.

Focussed Networking

The Hospitality & Tourism Summit facilitates the perfect opportunity to meet the who’s who of the hospitality industry.


Online networking:

Initiate contact with attendees before the event.


Networking Receptions:

The perfect opportunity to network and celebrate what is best about our industry.


Sponsor Exhibition:

Meet the key stakeholders in the market.

Host Sponsor

Venue Sponsor

Patron Sponsors