This annual WHLA event is open to the lodging industry at large - bringing hotel owners and operators, lodging management executives, hospitality students and educators, and industry vendors together to share industry-leading educational content that is practical and relevant for today's Wisconsin hoteliers.
Our event attendees asked, and we listened - the 2023 Wisconsin Lodging Conference will have more educational sessions than ever before! The 2023 Conference Schedule is slated to have more educational sessions than ever before with fifteen breakout sessions and two keynotes.
2023 Conference Educational Sessions
Speaker Benefits and Expectations
Speakers for selected sessions will have their name, bio, and headshot published on the 2023 Wisconsin Lodging Conference website and in the conference event program. Each speaker will be responsible for any additional expenses required to attend the Annual Conference; such as travel or lodging.
Given WHLA’s tradition of using educational sessions as a platform to showcase thought leaders in the lodging industry, we look for presenters who are willing to share their expertise without the expectation of payment. A modest honoraria is available for keynote speakers. All selected speakers will be required to:
Who can submit a proposal?
WHLA members of all types, as well as other knowledgeable experts outside the membership, to submit a speaker proposal.
How do I submit a proposal?
Submit your speaker proposal online here. The deadline to submit proposals is July 14, 2023.
Who will review the proposals?
Members from WHLA’s Education/Conference Committee will review all proposals and recommend speakers for the 2023 Wisconsin Lodging Conference.
When will I be notified if I have been selected to speak?
WHLA will notify you of your selection status no later than September 3, 2023.
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