How The Hospitality Industry And The Hotel Business Is Changing In Japan

Mr Seth Sulkin

The astute c-level knows that if you’re not growing with your product in the market place, chances are, you will be left behind in the future.  Businesses have to be constantly enhancing their offerings to meet the needs of the clients, whether it is existing or anticipated.  The hospitality industry in Japan is not typical.  It has many players, mostly offering commodity products, whether it be small rooms of the business hotels, convenient but disconnected from P&L or the higher end luxury hotels that don’t invest in the tech to make themselves most efficient.  With more than 30M inbound tourists in Japan in 2018, it would seem to be a great chance for the hospitality industry is being missed.

In the November CEO Insights lunch (G3), we will welcome Mr. Seth Sulkin who has really set the tone in Real Estate development in energy, shopping malls, and now hospitality.  In our interactive discussion, Seth will share insights into how he is building a new business that takes advantage of the changed market and where he sees the hotel industry heading.

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Seth will share some of his insights on the Japan market, where it has come from and where it is going.  His firm, Pacifica Capital, is now focused on the hospitality industry. Pacifica is building and operating internationally-branded hotels in Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto.

Date: 12 November 2019 (Tuesday) RSVP For Members here.