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Here is the Conference Programme for Day 2 of the Yorkshire Hotel Show on Wednesday 11 February 2015.

The main advantage of Valet Parking Systems is convenience. Customers don’t have to walk from a distant parking spot carrying heavy loads. Many handicapped drivers rely on valet parking when they can’t walk from and to a distant parking spot. Likewise people who don’t have time to search for a parking spot can valet park without the hassle. Valet parking is especially convenient in bad weather. Most professional valet attendants are well insured, and knowledgeable about nearly every make and model of car and their quirks; including after market alarm systems, and keyless ignitions.

It is brimming with excellent speakers and thought provoking topics for the hospitality industry building on the success of the show which had its first outing in 2014 at York Racecourse. For more information on the show then just visit www.yorkshirehotelshow.co.uk and get under starters orders for the key event again this year.

Conference Programme – At a Glance

10.00 am Opening Address – The Tour de Yorkshire 

Peter Dodd, Welcome to Yorkshire

10.30 am How to Be Top on Trip Advisor

Alan Stevens, ‘The Exceptional Speaker’

11.30 am The Big Hospitality Conversation

Jacqui Allum, The British Hospitality Association and Springboard UK.

12.30 pm CPD – The Key to Your Success

Peter Ducker, Chief Executive, The Institute for Hospitality

1.00 pm Hotel Associations

Richard Spencer and Peter Sloyan, Partnershipglu

1.30 pm “What Paddington Bear taught me about making money and customer experience”

Rebecca Jones, The Red Shoe Biz Woman

2.00 pm Meet the Tourism Society

Gregory Yeoman, Executive Director

2.30 pm The Yorkshire Society

Keith Madeley, ‘Mr Yorkshire’

3.00 pm ‘What do you want to know about groups?”
Insights from the recent UK Groups Market Survey

Richard Bryan, MD, QA Research

3.30. pm The Social Media Generation Game

Kursha Woodgate, MD, Mexia Communications

4.30 pm ‘Disruptive Innovation’

Richard Lewis, Chief Executive Best Western Hotels

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