TROPICAL TOPICS: The elite executive-style conference returns to the Ritz resort for its mix of sunny networking and sophisticated seminars.
TORRANCE, Calif. — Bobit Business Media, parent company of LCT Magazine, has set Sept. 12-14, 2011 as the dates for the 11th annual LCT Leadership Summit, to be held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in the South Beach area of Miami Beach, Fla.
The LCT Leadership Summit is the industry's only intimate forum that focuses exclusively on the changing trends of the limousine and chauffeured transportation industry. Designed as an intensive workshop for the sharpest and most dynamic minds, the LCT Leadership Summit promotes breakthrough ideas while providing cutting edge education from experts inside and outside the industry.
It is well attended by presidents and senior management of national affiliations, owners/presidents of emerging multi-city networks, growth-oriented operators in business more than seven years, and new operators and investors of luxury transportation companies.
The 2011 Summit marks the event’s return to the THE RITZ-CARLTON, SOUTH BEACH along the oceanfront since it was held there the last time in May 2008. The 2009 Summit was canceled because of the recession, and the 2010 Summit was held in Chicago last September.
For operators, the three-day event combines a vacation atmosphere with a retreat-style conference format designed to help participants relax, network, and think.
Registration for the LCT Leadership Summit will open March 1. Exhibit booth and sponsorship sales will begin soon. More information about attending or exhibiting at the show can be found at www.LCTSummit.com or by calling (800) 576-8788. A complete schedule of seminars and recreational events will be posted within the next few months.
Meanwhile, the industry is focusing on the largest global trade show, the 2011 INTERNATIONAL LCT SHOW, now only a few weeks away. Click on the link to the web site for complete details. This year’s Show is poised to burst attendance levels of the 2009 and 2010 Shows as industry activity picks up after a prolonged economic downturn.
Sources: LCT Events; Martin Romjue, LCT editor