The event is open to the press and all, but pre-registration is required.
Creativity and innovation are two words that are often used in the business world. Both of these are important in business because each contributes to a dynamic evolution that prevents companies from stagnating and enables them to stay competitive in an ever-changing marketplace. Our next distinguished guest, Deepak Ohri, the author of the book entitled ‘A Bridge Not Too Far - Where Creativity Meets Innovation’, will reveal his own life experiences about the topic, highlighting the importance of self-esteem and strategic thinking. ‘The greatest power, even in today’s world comes from the human mind’ - as read in the book. Deepak encourages everyone that no matter where you started, success is within reach for everyone. The next Budapest Lecture will be an outstanding opportunity to learn more about business strategies from one of the Global Top Most Inspirational Executives in Travel and Hospitality, chosen by the International Hospitality Institute. Join our event if you are curious about the following: How can we stay motivated to succeed on our journey? How to get started building a new business? How to succeed in the competitive world of entrepreneurship and hospitality?
5.30 – 6.15 PM Moderated discussion
· Deepak Ohri, Founder and CEO, lebua Hotels and Resorts
· Moderator: Zoltán Cséfalvay, Head of the Centre for Next Technological Futures, MCC
6.15 – 6.30 PM Q&A
Deepak Ohri is the founder and CEO of lebua Hotels and Resorts and is well-known worldwide as an award-winning entrepreneur who has transformed the luxury hospitality landscape focusing on experiential luxury. He was the first to create the world's highest rooftop restaurant that earned two 2 Michelin stars and the first to develop the concept of a vertical destination. Under his leadership, lebua has been named the World's Leading All-Suite Hotel by World Travel Award and is rated within the top 1 percent of companies globally for customer satisfaction. Deepak Ohri is a guest lecturer at Harvard Business School, Columbia University, NYU Stern School of Business and MIT Sloan.