The event is designed for OPMA member executive level representatives and their senior management teams dedicated to the onsite property management sector, OPMA preferred suppliers, and speakers, representing diverse entities servicing the travel industry, presenting their insights into the future of the overall lodging sector.
Why Should You Attend?
The OPMA Executive Summit represents an industry first. Meet and exchange ideas with other leaders and decision makers of OPMA members and their providers. The Executive Summit brings together the speakers of the well-known brands in their particular field, the best minds in the condo hotel lodging sector and their preferred suppliers. The event focus will be on the future and how OPMA and its members can effectively position themselves to realize continued growth and success. Attending the Executive Summit will enable OPMA Summit attendees to return to their respective marketplaces focused on shaping the future together with common objectives and goals.
Speakers representing diverse, critically important entities that all play a significant role in shaping events and trends pertaining to the future of the lodging industry will present their varied outlooks. The OPMA approach is a departure from the traditional speakers “fielding” two or three questions at the end of their presentations with no plan of action ever surfacing. Each OPMA general session program, dependent on the topic, is allocated between an hour and an hour and twenty minutes. Guest speaker presentations, limited to a half hour to forty-five minutes, are followed by a half hour of open dialogue and interaction between the presenters and the conference attendees. The intimate program format encourages stimulating discussions, the exchanging of ideas and arriving at potential solutions to our industry’s most pressing and challenging issues. This inclusive meeting environment results in the establishment of common objectives and an agreed upon action plan strategy that contributes to the continued growth and profitability of each OPMA manager and supplier member company.