This conference is pretty big and I’m honored. It’s nice to be recognized as an industry leader by my peers in such a respected event.
Manhattan Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 02, 2014
Recognized as one of the nation’s leading experts regarding the development of vacant parcels and under-utilized properties into high-end hotels and resorts, Maurice Robinson has been invited to join a panel of nationally-recognized industry leaders to speak on the subject of Public-Private Partnerships at the world-famous Meet the Money Conference being held in Los Angeles on May 6-7, 2014.
“This conference is pretty big,” Robinson said of the invitation, “and I’m honored. I’m an expert in the field of hotel and resort consulting, and I’ve been facilitating the development and redevelopment of high-end, full-service hotels and resorts for over thirty years – not to mention providing litigation support services, strategic advisory services, hotel repositioning, economic feasibility analysis, appraisals, and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) services. It’s nice to be recognized as an industry leader by my peers in such a respected event.”
Meet the Money is an annual conference that brings executives, financiers and hospitality thought leaders together to network, learn from each other, and even make deals right on the spot. Founded in 1990 by Jim Butler and now run by Guy Maisnik of JMBM’s Global Hospitality Group, the conference routinely attracts the best and the brightest in the business to discuss important finance-related issues facing the hospitality industry.
Maurice Robinson has been a key player in the development of numerous unique properties into high-value luxury hotels and resorts in California for more than three decades in the roles of advisor , arbitrator and mediator. Some of his projects include the 142-room Cavallo Point Lodge in Sausalito; the 262-room Argonaut in San Francisco; the 170-room Lodge at Torrey Pines in San Diego; the 400-room Marriott in Manhattan Beach, and the 506-room Marriott in San Jose. He also serves as an expert witness in court involving real estate and hospitality disputes.