My First HITEC

Arkins, Joan
October 2003
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2003, p153
Trade Publication
Recounts an experience in attending the HITEC 2003 Trade Show in Chicago, Illinois. Discussion on the potential use of the Internet in hotel management technology; Acquaintance with attending delegates; Sharing of business cards.


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