DLA Piper releases 2013 European Hotel Outlook Survey
This report from DLA Piper aims to provide attendees at the International Hotel Investment Forum (IHIF) and other members of the hotel industry with a view on the European hotel sector and an outlook for the coming 12 months. How are investors, owners, developers, advisers, operators and other members of the hotel industry faring in the continuing economic unpredictability, what are they doing to ensure the success of their business and what do they see as the key challenges and opportunities for the year ahead?
DLA Piper, in conjunction with IHIF, asked a cross-section of industry professionals a series of questions aimed to explore their views on the European hotel sector. The majority of respondents hold senior positions within their firms including CEO, Managing Director, CFO, Director and Business Development Directors. Responses were from people based in 20 countries worldwide, with 93% based in Europe…
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