3 Things That Keep Hoteliers Up at Night

As your property prepares to wrap up its 2016 business, make sure you’re ready to take on 2017. Are you prepared to improve your lead generation, attract planners that are more likely to convert, and claim your fair share of the market?

In our FREE upcoming webinar series, 3 Things That Keep Hoteliers Up at Night, our meeting and event experts will address these topics so you’re ahead of the competition. We’ll discuss best practices across the industry, from defining your venue or destination’s digital presence to creating long-lasting relationships with event planners.

Here are the topics to look forward to:

Conquering Group Lead Gen Challenges with Digital Marketing

Tuesday, October 18th – 2 pm EST

In part one of the series, you can expect specific digital marketing best practices for targeting qualified meeting and event planners whenever and wherever they’re searching for venues.

Identifying & Using Group Data to Win More Business

Tuesday, November 1st – 2 pm EST

During part two, you’ll get the experts’ perspective on accessing group business data specific to your market, destination, brand, or property. We’ll show you how to quickly identify actionable insights and how to use them to make infor3 Things tmed and strategic decisions now and in the upcoming year.

How to Connect with Planners and Gain Market Share

Tuesday, November 15th – 2 pm EST

In the finale, you’ll learn tactics that delight planners and convert their group business. We’ll talk about strategic lead capture, lead management, and lead response solutions that will help you strategically gain market share.

Attend one or all three webinars! Visit the overview page for a closer look at what’s coming up from Cvent, and learn how our experts can help you build a stronger business plan for 2017. Register before they fill up!

Register here.


Hannah Burks

Written by Hannah Burks

Hannah is the resident content marketer for Cvent's Hospitality Cloud. She loves building blogs, reports, and eBooks that bridge the gap between hotel professionals and modern event planners.