ALIS is the leading and largest hotel investment conference in the world. ALIS in January 2018 had nearly 3,000 attendees. ALIS features numerous networking opportunities and an extensive array of seminars and panels by hotel industry experts, who discuss important trends and identify new opportunities for the year ahead. We hope you will join us at ALIS as we focus on today, look ahead to tomorrow, and catch a glimpse at what is beyond.
ALIS Law focuses on current legal matters of interest to hotel owners and operators. ALIS Law concentrates on the “day after” the deal closes and the many legal issues owners and operators face. ALIS Law 2018 was approved for 5.5 MCLE credit hours in the state of California. Click here for more information.
Key 2018 Statistics:
• 184 registered delegates
• 1/3 delegates were General Counsel and their teams
• 39% of companies were owners, brands, and operatorsClick Here For More Information And To Register
The ALIS Legacy
The American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (AHLEF) has benefited from ALIS since its inception in 2002 and these conference proceeds have been pivotal to the success of its programs.
Contributions as of July 2018
- Scholarships - Since its inception, AHLEF has invested approximately US$14 million in scholarships to hospitality management students to help them earn a degree and get a foothold in our industry. Specifically, ALIS funding has resulted in scholarships for 1,569 students in 129 universities. This year, the Foundation has increased funding by more than 50%, and for the first time will exceed a million dollars in annual scholarship funding!
- Industry Research - The Foundation has granted more than US$3.6 million to provide vital funding to help us tell our industry story. AHLEF will continue underwriting the important research that generates the data we use to make strategic decisions and promote the industry.
- Career Development Initiatives - Since 2003, more than US$4 million has been invested in our workforce pipeline to keep it filled with new talent. Within the last year, the Foundation embarked on three new exciting initiatives, a national hospitality apprenticeship program, which will help more than 2,250 apprentices in the hospitality sector find managerial careers in the industry over the next five years; grants to train 1,000 opportunity youth for long-term hospitability careers; and a ground-breaking Cost Free College program that allows current industry employees at more than 1,500 hotels nationwide obtain a college degree at no cost to them.