Atlanta Georgia, June 12th, 2013
Paul Breslin ISHC, founder and Managing Partner of Panther Hospitality, announced today that they have joined Horwath HTL, the world’s oldest and largest consulting network with over 50 offices in 39 countries. Panther Hospitality, based in Atlanta Georgia, is well known as an independent advisory firm in the hospitality and hotel real estate business.
Paul Breslin and his team are active members of the Hospitality and Real Estate business community. Paul Breslin is the Executive in Residence and Adjunct Professor, for Cecil B. Day School of Hospitality at the J. Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State’s University, President Elect for the Atlanta Hospitality Alliance (AHA) and former Chairman of Georgia Hotel and Lodging Association (GHLA). Paul is also a member of the prestigious International Society of Hospitality Consultants (IHSC) and the Hospitality Asset Manager Association (HAMA), and a regular contributor in the press and speaks at hotel investment conferences
Paul Breslin said, “We are very excited to join the Horwath HTL network, completing our move from a boutique firm to a global firm. The change will benefit our clients, as we are now able to provide a wealth of global experience and expertise that lends an entirely new perspective on our business. We see this as not only a strategic move that increases our reach, capacity and services, but as the opportunity to work with some of the most respected professionals in the industry.”
Robert Hecker, Chairman of Horwath HTL said, “We are delighted to welcome Paul Breslin and Panther Hospitality team to the Horwath HTL network. Paul and his team are recognized as hospitality experts and have been running successful independent businesses in a very tough US economy. Their profile represents exactly the caliber of firm we are looking to join Horwath HTL”.
With Panther Hospitality and the other new firms that have joined represent a five-fold increase to the existing Horwath HTL group led by Joel Hiser out of San Francisco.