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Why Planners HATE Room Lists and Why Hotels Should Hate them,Too!

In this webinar, we will bust the common myth that everyone loves room lists. Learn why planners, guests, and hotels have been conditioned to use these industry relics and what’s wrong with that process. We’ll then introduce options that allow you to move away from tedious, time-consuming rooming lists, operate more efficiently, and even increase revenue.

February 14, 2019, 2:00 PM ET

Featured Presenters

Joe Skiados

Chris Avery

Regional Vice President of Sales, Cvent Hospitality Cloud

Chris Avery, CMP, has over 30 years’ experience in the field of technology sales within the hospitality industry.

A key contributor at Cvent, he has helped to develop and execute sales practices leading to significant growth in the company’s Hotel Direct market segment. Milestone contributions already include Marriott, Hilton, Fairmont hotels, Gaylord Hotels, most of the hotels in Las Vegas, all Crowne Plaza and InterContinental branded hotels in North America and leading individual hotels such as Ritz-Carlton and Four Seasons.

Previous employment credentials include being the first sales person at Newmarket International (Delphi) and, as a contributor/manager, helping to grow the company from having only 6 employees to over 2,000 hotel customers.

Was voted one of the top 25 sales people by the Hotel Sales & Marketing Association International (HSMAI) Chris’ other credentials include CMP, CHME certification and a BA in Hotel Administration. Chris is a graduate of a year long management training program with Hyatt hotels and also enjoyed successful sales positions with Hyatt and Ritz Carlton Hotel companies. Chris has served as VP of Business Development for Passkey since March, 2003.