January 10, 2019– Hospitality professionals are invited to register for the New Mexico Hospitality and Tourism Association TRENDS conference being presented on January 28, 2019. The annual marketing and research conference in Santa Fe features a preview of the latest travel trends and industry predictions that will help your hospitality and tourism business or organization thrive in 2019. Additionally, in attendance will be the newly appointed Department of Tourism Secretary, Jen Schroer.
“Each year tourism professionals attend TRENDS to gain access to state leaders, decision makers and thought leaders; to get up-to-date with emerging trends, advice and strategies from leading experts and industry leaders; to network with industry peers; and to collectively exert influence in New Mexico’s pivotal Tourism industry,” said CEO, Kathy Komoll.
TRENDS is again partnering with the NM Association of Commerce and Industry (ACI) and Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce to provide access to their events, members and additional legislators. For more information and registration, visit the NM Trends website here.
About the New Mexico Hospitality Association (NMHA): NMHA delivers decades of combined experience to lead public policy and workforce development strategy for the state’s premiere industry. In 2017, the hospitality and tourism industry contributed $662 million in state and local tax revenue. Tourism had its largest economic impact in state history in 2017, injecting $6.6 billion into New Mexico’s economy and supporting nearly 94,000 jobs. The association represents member interests at the state and national level, cultivates professional development, and targets opportunity to incubate and foster long-term job and wealth creation statewide. The association’s members are playing a crucial role in growing tourism and New Mexico’s economy. For information and to join the association visit here.