European Hotel Managers Association (EHMA)
Association européenne des directeurs d'hôtels
1974 Rome Italy
Present amended Statutes adopted by Extraordinary General Meeting, 18 Feb 1981, Monte Carlo (Monaco); modified 22 Feb 1986, Amsterdam (Netherlands); 21 Feb 1991, Cannes (France); 17 Feb 1994, Brussels (Belgium); 2 Apr 1998, Lugano (Switzerland); 22 May 1999, Stockholm (Sweden); 17 Feb 2001, Prague (Czech Rep); 24 Jan 2004, Athens (Greece); 27 Mar 2013, Milan (Italy).
Safeguard the ethics of the hotel profession; foster fellowship, respect and professional improvement to better serve the industry.
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General Meeting (annual); Management Council; Board of Arbiters.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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