1. What is HFTP?
Hospitality Financial & Technology Professionals is the global professional association for financial and technology personnel working in hotels, clubs, and other hospitality-related businesses. Founded in 1952, HFTP provides first-class educational opportunities, networking, and resources to members worldwide.
2. How much is HFTP membership?
HFTP membership dues are $415 USD, including one chapter affiliation.
HFTP offers reduced dues rates to some countries excluding the US and Canada. More
3. How do I register for an HFTP event?
Visit the HFTP events page to see a list of upcoming events. Click on the individual event for registration information. More
4. How do I post an open position at my company?
Disclaimer: Any errors or omissions are solely the responsibility of the individual who posts the job listing. HFTP does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, or disability in employment, or in provision of services.
5. How can I arrange to speak at an HFTP event?
Contact Education@hftp.org regarding upcoming event speaking opportunities. Visit our speaking opportunites page to find out the specifics about submitting a speaking proposal for various HFTP events.
6. Who do I contact regarding exhibiting at HITEC?
Contact Exhibit@hftp.org for detailed information on HFTP marketing opportunities.
7. How do I earn the CHAE or CHTP designation?
In order to earn the designation, professionals must complete the application process and pass the exam. Contact Certification@hftp.org for detailed information or visit the Certification page of the HFTP website.
8. Is my company a member of HFTP?
Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals (HFTP) offers the Corporate Allied Sponsorship as a resource to promote your company to HFTP members and industry professionals working in hotels, clubs, resorts, casinos and other hospitality companies across the globe. Plus, HFTP’s Corporate Allied Sponsorship empowers your team members in their careers and professional growth — all of which can positively impact your company’s bottomline. You can find more information on the Corporate Allied Sponsorship page.