Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Innovation stars at premier accom expo

Australia’s largest accommodation business expo is preparing to check in thousands of delegates at Sydney’s Darling Harbour next month.

The free-to-attend NoVacancy event attracts accommodation providers from across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands with its focus on innovation, technology, style and design.

Running over two days from July 17 to 18, it presents more than 170 suppliers and covers all aspects of running an accommodation business – from purchasing, operations and finance to design, refurbishment, marketing and sales.

According to organisers, NoVacancy is the only show that tackles industry challenges and offers expert insight on how to remain competitive in a constantly evolving marketplace.

“NoVacancy offers access to cutting-edge products and services, education and creative inspiration, and influential industry connections,” said a spokesperson.

“It will enhance your guest experience, optimise your operations, increase brand loyalty and profits, and ensure new guests have no reservations about booking their stay—today, tomorrow and far into the future”.

With its focus on innovation, the expo presents hundreds of latest products and services across every touch point of an accommodation business for demonstration and testing.

And it can be used as a powerful networking tool, providing access to specialists and industry peers ready to share practical, tactical strategies to help maximise revenue.

The NoVacancy Accommodation Business Expo is on Tuesday July 17 and Wednesday July 18 at Sydney’s International Conference Centre, Darling Harbour.

For more information about the event and to register for a complimentary ticket, visit https://www.novacancy.com.au

About Kate Jackson

Kate Jackson
Kate Jackson is the editor of Accomnews. You can reach her at any time with questions or submissions: [email protected]

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