Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress Partners with International Luxury Hotel Association
Palm Beach Gardens, FL, September 05, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The International Luxury Hotel Association (ILHA) will integrate their annual conference into the Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress (EHBC) to be held September 20-24 in Washington, D.C.
With over 200,000 members in 90+ countries, the ILHA brings together hotel and travel companies, industry professionals, governments and educators with the common goal of improving standards and promoting innovation in the hotel industry.
“We are now working with both the Medical Tourism Association and the EHBC to discover and develop complimentary ways to better achieve our goals,” said Barak Hirschowitz, President of the International Luxury Hotel Association. “Our experience in Medical Tourism and Corporate Wellness positions us to be working partners with these leading enterprises, and we are eager to identify trends and best practices in these areas.”
The ILHA is a membership-based global non-profit association for the luxury hospitality and travel industry. The Association provides its members with the resources needed to enhance professionalism, ensuring their continued growth and success to better meet and exceed the expectations of their guests. They achieve these goals through education, training and communication in three key areas that differentiate the luxury segment for the rest of the hotel industry: service, design and technology.
“The IHLA researches and shares industry wide accepted best practices for service standards with its members,” said Hirschowitz. “We provide valuable resources, education and training applicable to any individual or organization, regardless of their location in the world. We recognize leaders and innovators in luxury hotel service and help spread their ideas to both the industry and consumers globally.”
With the largest member base in the industry, the ILHA can best provide important information with regard to what’s working and what isn’t, particularly as it pertains to rapidly developing technologies related to Reservations, Check-in, Payment and other key areas of operation.