Time Is Short to Register for the Cornell Hospitality Research Summit

Sep 25, 2014

Contact: Mike Webb, 607.255.0426, mrw11@cornell.edu

Time Is Short to Register for the Cornell Hospitality Research Summit

Ithaca, NY, September 25, 2014 – Space is filling up for the Cornell Hospitality Research Summit (CHRS), set for October 12 through 14, at the Cornell School of Hotel Administration. With a theme of innovation in service, the vision for the CHRS is for all participants to work together to create new ideas and knowledge about the science of service innovation.

Here's CHRS by the numbers;

3. CHRS is concentrated in just 3 days for maximum efficiency in interactive discussions and presentations.

4. CHRS will have 4 targeted tracks for focused information, with tracks for people, organizations, data, and technology.

70+. CHRS will have more than 70 carefully curated sessions.

300+. CHRS will combine the efforts of some 300 service experts from industry and academe.

∞. CHRS offers infinite possibilities for creating knowledge. The only limitation is if someone doesn't attend.

In keeping with the conference theme of service innovation, the CHRS moderators represent a broad swath of industry and academe. The list of session moderators and keynote panels is now available. The CHRS is strictly limited in size due to the concept of combining industry and academe, so it's time to register before the conference fills up.

About CHRS 2014
Scheduled for October 12–14, 2014, at the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration in Ithaca, New York, the theme of the Cornell Hospitality Research Summit 2014 is "The Future of Service Innovation: The New Science of People, Organizations, Data, and Technology." As the premier event of its kind, CHRS 2014 brings together industry and academe in a forum that promotes open dialogue aimed at developing and applying new knowledge to the hospitality and tourism industry.