Former head of British Hospitality Association to speak at RDO1

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1 Aug 2010

Former head of British Hospitality Association to speak at RDO1

Bob Cotton OBE, who was Chief Executive of the British Hospitality Association until July this year, has been confirmed as guest speaker at the Resort Development Organisation’s RDO1 conference, this year´s main industry event taking place at the Don Carlos Resort & Spa in Marbella (Spain) on 4-6 October.


“Bob Cotton has been active for nearly 40 years in the hospitality sector, and an outstanding ambassador for the UK hospitality profession. His work at the British Hospitality Association has shown his commitment to giving the industry a voice, and we are honoured and delighted that Bob has agreed to speak at RDO1,” said Robin Mills, Chairman of the Conference Working Group and Communications Council at RDO.


The British Hospitality Association is the national trade association of the hospitality and catering and leisure industry, with over 40,000 member establishments. Bob Cotton was its Chief Executive since January 2000.


In addition to new guest speakers, more business sessions have been confirmed with topics including how to ensure success and money well spent on technology and avoid common pitfalls in the evaluation process, how to leave your ‘corporate’ attitude at the door and how to make the most of the social media world.


Robin Mills added: “With a new format, engaging business sessions and great value delegate rates, RDO1 is set to be a must attend event and, with just under two more months to go, we have encouraging delegate registrations representing a wide section of companies from the shared leisure and fractional industries.”


For more information on the conference schedule and bookings go to the RDO1 dedicated website

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