World Cinema

Houston, Texas, United States

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Headquartered in Houston, World Cinema is a market leader innovating and delivering technology and services to guest-centric properties. The company was the first technology service provider to hotels nationwide, beginning in 1974. Today, World Cinema is building on that legacy as a stable and trusted provider of video, data and connectivity services to some of the largest owners and managers of hotel and multifamily brands in the world. The company serves 4,200 properties nationwide with nearly 600,000 rooms under management and over 300 million guest encounters per year.

This year’s theme is, The Awakening, and for this series of #BLLAEvents, we will illuminate exceptional minds, companies and trends that are an integral part of Hospitality's next era, that of a reimagined view on the way we travel.

We are so excited for the upcoming Boutique Lifestyle Leadership Conference on October 25-26! We invite you to join us in this 2-day immersion of the Boutique Hospitality Community. 
✒️ Register now via link in bio! Our travel and hospitality industry, while severely impacted the last year and half, is starting to make a comeback. There are strategies you might consider to set yourself up for success going forward, whether that is within the industry and making a full career change. In either case, you need to carefully assess your situation as well as reaching out to the industry for advice and ideas. This assessment should include reviewing your skillset and where your true interests, values and passions are, spelling them out carefully. Standing out in a crowd is of utmost importance along your journey.
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Thank you for speaking at our 2021 Women in Travel and Hospitality Conference, Assia Riccio. Amber Asher is a powerhouse in the hotel world. She has worked with some of the greatest legends in the industry and is now leading the expansion of the world famous, Standard Hotels. Get a sneak peak at how she worked her way through a competitive and male-dominated industry and where she sees the future of diversity in hospitality headed.