Hotel Yearbook 2015: Sri Lanka, Asia Pacific

By On 11th February 2015

Damien Little of Horwath HTL Singapore has written an exclusive report for the Hotel Yearbook 2015 about Sri Lanka and the 2015 outlook for the market.

“The current total supply pipeline for the country, as it stands in 2014, is around 11,000 rooms with the majority of rooms set to be developed in the South Coast region (3,400) and Colombo City (3,000).”

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Damien Little


Damien Little is a Director of Horwath HTL in Asia and is based in the Singapore office. He has previously been based in both the Beijing and Hong Kong offices of Horwath HTL, having worked for the company for the last 15 years. Damien has 17 years of consulting experience and has significant experience in financial modeling. During this time he has undertaken hotel related projects in 17 countries across the Asia Pacific region, being involved in more than 400 projects.

Damien has been involved in projects across all industry segments including 5 star city hotels, golf resort properties, mid-scale regional hotels, budget hotels, backpacker accommodation, restaurants and clubs. He has significant experience in the China market having traveled to more than 70 cities across the country. Prior to joining Horwath HTL in 2001, Damien worked for both Arthur Andersen and PricewaterhouseCoopers in Sydney.

He is also a frequent speaker at industry related conferences around the region and has published numerous research articles in regional industry publications.


 
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