Thursday, September 26 2019 | 6:00 pm — 9:00 pm
HOSPITALITY FORUM: NEW WAYS OF SEEING
Please join us at the new TWA Hotel for an evening of exploration around how creativity and innovation are shaping the future of hospitality design. Our panel of experts will discuss the key drivers in hospitality design and technology that are changing the ways we see the world.
Nate Storey, Features Director, Surface Media
Melanie Brandman, CEO & Founder, The Brandman Agency
Adam Rolston, Owner, Incorporated Architecture & Design
Sara Duffy, Senior Interiors Associate, Stonehill & Taylor Architects
The IIDA Hospitality Committee has organized three groups to travel to the venue, which will meet at different locations throughout the city. All groups will meet at 4:30 PM sharp and will be led by a volunteer. If you’re planning on traveling to the event with one of these groups, it is recommended that you add $5 to your MTA card to cover the Airtran before you meet the group to help make your travel experience more seamless.
Meeting Point A: Gensler Lobby (1700 Broadway)
Meeting Point B: Rockwell Group Lobby (5 Union Square West)
Meeting Point C: Penn Station – Shake Shack (Lower Concourse, 1 Pennsylvania Plaza)
Directions from JFK Terminal 5:
• Take escalator or elevator up and walk across the street to the Sky Walk
• Next, take the escalator down to the ground floor (arrivals)
• Finally, take the elevator in the corner to the TWA Hotel (noted in the elevator)
John F. Kennedy International Airport 6 Central Terminal Area,
Jamaica, NY 11430
This event will provide 1.0 IDCEC CEUs
The current compliance period runs from Jan. 1, 2018 to Dec. 31, 2019. IIDA Professional and Associate Members are required to complete and report 1.0 CEU (10 hours) of continuing education prior to Dec. 31, 2019. All Professional and Associate Members (active and inactive) including educators, IIDA Fellows, and chapter officers must adhere to IIDA compliance requirements. IIDA accepts all IDCEC approved courses. It is the responsibility of each member to maintain their own records. Please review these Helpful Hints before using the IDCEC CE Registry.