RCI to host Shared Ownership Conference in Mumbai

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27 Dec 2011

RCI to host Shared Ownership Conference in Mumbai

RCI is to to host the Shared Ownership Conference on January 10th 2012 at JW Marriott, Mumbai.

The day-long conference will be an essential forum for hoteliers, resort owners, real estate developers, investors and hospitality consultants to understand and explore the benefits of shared ownership and the ways in which it can be successfully integrated into leisure real-estate developments to maximize the revenue potential of available assets.

The Shared Ownership Conference boasts an impressive list of industry experts from around the world who will share experiences and provide insights into this dynamic and resilient industry. The many presenters will include:

  • Sean Lowe, managing director, RCI EMEAI, and Gregg Anderson, global vice president, The Registry Collection program, who will discuss their in-depth understanding of the wide spectrum of shared ownership models and their features and benefits.
  • Gordon Gurnik, president, RCI, who will showcase RCI’s innovative new programs and services that are helping to push the industry forward.
  • Howard Nusbaum, president and chief executive officer, American Resort Development Association, who will present information on the critical factors that will further the industry’s success.
  • Shari Levitin, founder and chief executive officer of Levitin Group, who will deliver strategies to drive positive results in timeshare sales and marketing.

The conference will also provide an opportunity for speakers to share their vast knowledge through panel discussions on critical industry issues including challenges and solutions for entering the business, leisure real estate opportunities for the luxury market in India, legal dynamics of fractional ownership, industry innovations and implementation of best practices within the industry.

For online registration and further information please visit


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