Celebrated US hotelier Tamie Adaya has been announced as the co-headline speaker in a female-strong line up at the High Growth Summit, a leading East Midlands conference hosted by Nottingham-based business coach Stuart Ross.
Tamie, creative director & CEO of Hotel Shangri-La in Los Angeles, will join Lisa Nichols, the American business coach and contributor to global best-selling book, The Secret, in headlining the leading business event, which will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel, East Midlands Airport on 13th October.
After leading the $30 million refurbishment of Hotel Shangri-La in 2008, Tamie was recognised by the Santa Monica Conservancy, winning its preservation award for an exemplary restoration of an historical property. She has also sponsored an array of emerging and established artists including acclaimed fashion designers, Julien Macdonald OBE and Dame Zandra Rhodes, as well as helping to launch the career of a number of Electronic Dance Music artists.
The summit is organised and hosted by High Growth founder Stuart Ross and is aimed at ambitious companies that want to uncover the strategies that will help them move to the next level.
Also presenting at the summit will be award-winning author and transformation mindset coach, Ava Brown, and marketing expert, Geoff Ramm.
“I am delighted to welcome Tamie and all our speakers to the fifth High Growth Summit,” says Stuart.
“Tamie is a world-leader in her field and we are excited to demonstrate to her the talented high growth entrepreneurs, business, and culture in the East Midlands.
“Every year, the summit goes from strength to strength as shown by the high calibre speakers we are attracting from across the world. This is an exciting opportunity to hear from inspirational industry experts and is ideal for anyone who is looking to achieve success with fresh thinking. It is also one of the East Midlands’ key networking events so delegates will be able to meet others in the business community, make contacts and share ideas.”
Tamie added: “I am really looking forward to visiting the UK for this year’s High Growth Summit and being surrounded by innovative businesses as well as creative, passionate people.
“It will be great to co-headline the summit alongside Lisa Nichols to showcase the incredible business successes women are achieving. I am excited to share my experiences and ideas with so many like-minded business people.”
Tickets for the High Growth Summit, sponsored by some of the region’s leading businesses and support organizations, including the Manufacturing Technology Centre as lead sponsors, as well as Air IT, Tank and Macildowie, are on sale now.
For more details, including how to buy tickets, visit www.highgrowthsummit.com.