The Hospitality Sector - More resilient than the headlines would have you believe

Much has been written about the challenges faced by the hospitality sector, both in Ireland and the UK, but is the reality on the ground really as impossible as some make it sound? 


The School of Hospitality Management and Tourism is delighted to welcome Andreas Scriven, Director and Head of Consultancy at Christie + Co, to give a presentation on the challenges and resilience of the hospitality sector.  He will share insights gained from working across Ireland, the UK and beyond and explain why the sector is more resilient than the headlines would have you believe. He will also touch on the current transactional markets, potential buyers and what motivates them, as well as addressing some of the key operational opportunities and challenges hoteliers will face in the coming months and years. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.

Christie + Co is the leading European specialist hotel and leisure property advisor.

Date: Tuesday 17th April
6 – 7 pm
DIT, Cathal Brugha Street – KOS Theatre

If you plan to attend please RSVP to Fiona Greagsbey 01 402 4519 or e.mail

About Andreas Scriven:


Andreas is the Head of Consultancy at Christie + Co, the leading European specialist hotel and leisure property advisor. He has extensive consultancy and M&A experience across the UK, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the USA. Over the last 24 months he has advised a wide variety of clients on over 15bn Euro of hospitality & leisure debt. Andreas joined the Christie+Co from Deloitte, where he spent six years working in the UK and the USA across the Consultancy and Corporate Finance divisions. Prior to joining Deloitte, Andreas was based in Los Angeles as part of Arthur Andersen Hotel Business Consultancy team. He has operational hotel experience in the USA, Switzerland and Hong Kong. He is a graduate of Cornell University -  School of Hotel Administration and speaks fluent German and Swiss-German.

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