Human trafficking is often invisible, yet all too frequently it takes place within hotels. Knowing this, AHLA is leading the way in training every hotel employee in the United States on ways to detect and stop it. But the hospitality technology industry can help even more. With most hotels deploying a wide variety of technological solutions in every hotel room, there are mountains of data that could be used to detect human traffickers. Join us at HT-NEXT 2021 during a panel session titled: “How Can Technology Stop Traffickers?” on December 15th at 2pm MDT. With representatives from ECPAT, the FBI and PwC, attendees will learn how “the bad guys” operate and explore ways technology can be used in this fight. Come ready with your own ideas, because this effort is just beginning!
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ABOUT THE EVENT
Hospitality Technology (HT) and Hospitality Technology Next Generation (HTNG) are collaborating for the fifth year in a row to host HT-NEXT 2021, a unique conference for the hospitality technology industry. HT-NEXT 2021 will take place Dec. 13-16 at the Fairmont Princess in Scottsdale, Az.
HT-NEXT (https://www.ht-next.com) brings together hotel technology solution providers with leaders and influencers from leading hotel companies spanning IT, finance, marketing, distribution and operations. The event typically attracts nearly 500 hospitality professionals. After the event, 87% of attendees say they meet a valuable new contact at the show, and 97% of attendees say they brought back a specific idea to implement at their organization.
HT-NEXT features emerging trends and the ability to dig in to work together to solve current industry problems. The program will feature thought-provoking keynotes, diverse educational sessions, HTNG workgroups and a technology exhibit hall for attendees to discover cutting-edge solutions. The Hotel Visionary Awards and the HTNG TechOvation Award are also presented live during the event.