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Remington Hotels Leads First Hybrid Meetings Education Forum

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On January 13, hosted its first virtual "Hybrid Meetings Education Forum" attended by over 200 attendees. The event, co-hosted by several of Remington's leading partners in the meetings and event space, showcased Remington's updated processes and best practices, while also reinforcing its commitment to helping meeting planners navigate hosting events in response to the new normal.

Moderated by Raul Moronta, Chief Commercial Officer and Paula Zeller, Divisional VP of Sales & Marketing, these sessions further demonstrated the company's "Hybrid Meetings by Remington" approach and technology solutions while also featuring recommendations, resources and creative insight from Remington Hotels leadership and company partners, including:

During the event, attendees learned more about Remington's new approach to meetings and events, including:

"At Remington, we believe in the power of connecting, and have put in place new event checklists, meeting protocols and cleaning standards to provide our planners with an exceptional experience and peace of mind. We've also rolled out measures to cater to hybrid meetings, allowing local attendees to meet at the hotels and implementing new technology to bring in those that are remote," said Sloan Dean, Remington Hotels' President and CEO.

"We are confident that through strong partnerships with our planners, we can address their objectives in a safe, clean environment in whichever format they choose. As our world continues to change, Remington has developed the expertise to collaborate effectively in the in-person and hybrid environment."

Based on polling during the event, attendees are optimistic about the future of meetings and 69% percent said they plan to host a hybrid event in 2021 and beyond.