The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) will hold its annual Hawaii Tourism Conference on Aug. 27-28 at the Hawaii Convention Center.
The two-day conference is Hawaii’s premier tourism stakeholder event featuring local, national and international experts on tourism issues and trends in Hawaii’s visitor industry.
Attendees of the 2015 conference get insights on topics like the outlook for airlift, cruise industry updates, trends in visitor accommodations, digital marketing strategies, changing traveller demographics and more. The conference keynote speaker will be award-winning San Francisco Chronicle travel editor, Spud Hilton.
Registration fees include conference sessions, breakfasts, an awards luncheon and a pau hana reception. Early bird rates are available through Aug. 3 at US$195 per person, with rates available for groups. From Aug. 4, the individual rate increases to US$225 per person.