Park City Chamber/Bureau members and their employees are cordially invited to attend the annual Chamber/Bureau Tourism Industry Fall Forum on Wednesday, November 9. This event focuses on the upcoming winter season and trends that will affect Park City's ski and tourism industry in the months and years ahead. 
The keynote speaker is Nicholas Webb, one of the nation’s top business thought leaders and a world-renowned futurist. A trusted advisor to top brands, he Fall Forum Logoworks with Fortune 500 companies to help them lead their industries in innovation and strategy. An international best-selling author and enterprise strategist, Nicholas speaks about the future of the economy, innovation, technology and leadership, and helps organizations understand and, most importantly, be relevant in today’s fast-moving and hyper-connected marketplace. Nicholas will discuss how in the hospitality and travel industry, organizations are leveraging the power of disruptive innovation, connection architecture and consumerization to own the traveler relationship. He will detail how “micro-mobile moments” are costing the travel industry 30% in lost sales annually. In addition, he will describe how to leverage three simple principles to rapidly grow sales while significantly improving guest relations and quality of work life.
In addition, other featured speakers are senior executives from the two Park City ski resorts and Ski Utah. They will be providing updates about each of their organizations, and their thoughts and perspectives about the upcoming 2016-2017 winter season. A question-and-answer session will follow their presentations. 
The Tourism Industry Fall Forum will be held at the Stein Eriksen Lodge, 7700 Stein Way from 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Lunch is included as part of the event. The cost is $27 if registration is received by October 26; $32 if registration is received by November 8; and $45 the day of the event. Tables of 10 for Chamber/Bureau member businesses are available for $250. It is anticipated this member-only event will sell out in advance. Please visit as soon as possible to register for the 2016 Chamber/Bureau Tourism Fall Forum.