CHARDON Management, one of the UK’s leading independent hotel management companies, has been named a sponsor of The 2012 Annual Hotel Conference.
The Planning for Profit conference will be held on 3rd and 4th October at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate.
Nicola Taylor, director at Chardon Management, said: “The Annual Hotel Conference presents an ideal opportunity for speakers, moderators and panellists to share experience, knowledge and expertise on a variety of topics, including driving sales, revenue management, harnessing new technologies, securing funding and making green initiatives pay.
“As such, Chardon Management is delighted to sponsor this leading conference which has firmly established itself as a valuable entry in the UK hotel sector’s annual events calendar.”
Carol Dodds, Chardon Management’s revenue director, will participate in a panel discussion on ‘Revenue Management, Dark Art or the Road to Riches – how to develop and deploy an effective revenue management strategy to maximise your room sales’ which will be moderated by Mark Dickens from HotStats.
The conference will be opened by Gary Neville, the former captain of Manchester United and England Right-Back who recently secured permission to construct a 139-bedroom hotel near Old Trafford with plans to open for the 2014-15 season.
For further information please contact Nicola Taylor at Chardon Management tel 0141 333 0545
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Date 6th August 12
Notes to Editors
- Chardon manages 35 hotels and seven health and fitness clubs throughout the length and breadth of the UK encompassing such leading global brands as Indigo, from InterContinental Hotels Group, Doubletree by Hilton, Best Western & Choice Hotels; Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express as well as many independent properties under their own unique brand.
- Chardon Management’s own brand portfolio comprises: La Bonne Auberge; Limelight Bar & Grill; Triangle Health and Fitness; Tri Health & Beauty and Hoteldeals.co.uk – all of which benefit its hotel owners.
- Chardon Management employs 50 staff directly whilst its portfolio of managed hotels employs circa 2,500 staff. The turnover of its managed hotels portfolio is £163 million. It intends to expand its portfolio by ten per cent per annum by actively seeking further hotel management contracts with developers, investors and administrators.
- Delivering the best in professional management for all types of hotels and health and fitness clubs, Chardon Management provides hotel owners with a wide range of value-added services, including: site and brand selection; overseeing new builds and upgrades; managing brands and brand standards; recruiting, training and retaining talented and loyal staff; day-to-day in-house management; customer and employee satisfaction; sales and marketing activities; procurement; financial management; revenue management; capital expenditure management and health and fitness club management.