- What is HFTP?
- Who should belong to HFTP?
- What are the fees to join HFTP?
- May I bring a guest to the meeting?
- May I attend a meeting even though I am not a member?
- Who can I contact for more information?
Q: What is HFTP?
A: Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) was established in 1952 as resource for financial and technology professionals in the hospitality industry. HFTP provides outstanding continuing education and networking opportunities at both the national and local level.
Q: Who should belong to HFTP?
A: Financial and technology professionals employed by clubs, hotels, resorts, restaurants, casinos and other hospitality related organizations. Titles of some HFTP members include: Chief Financial Officer, Controller/Comptroller, Assistant Controller, Accounting Manager, Director of Information Technology and Systems Manager.
HFTP also supports members from hotel management firms, educational institutions, club management firms and CPA firms and consultants specializing in the hospitality industry.
Q: What are the fees to join HFTP?
A: Annual dues are $415 which includes the local chapter dues. Currently breakfast meetings/seminars cost $55 per attendee ($65 per guest) and dinner meetings/seminars cost $55 per attendee ($65 per guest).
Q: May I bring a guest to the meeting?
A: Yes. Please bring your co-worker and peers who will benefit from the meeting. If we have a food and beverage speaker, please bring your General Manager, Executive Chef and F&B Directors. If we have a member relations speaker, by all means, bring the front office staff who could utilize the knowledge learned by that speaker. In general, there are no limitations on the number of people who can attend with you unless otherwise specified due to space limitations.
Q: May I attend a meeting even though I am not a member?
A: Yes. We look forward to you attending a meeting and seeing first-hand what our chapter is about.
Q: Who can I contact for more information?