PKF hospitality group
driving change in hotel, living, tourism & leisure
since 1927about PKF hospitality group
PKF hospitality group
four advisory divisions
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About PKF hospitality group
The PKF hospitality group is an internationally recognised market leader in the field of hospitality. We provide a full range of consulting and other services for the hotel, living, tourism & leisure sectors through four advisory divisions – PKF hotelexperts, PKF livingexperts, PKF tourismexperts and PKF leisureexperts.
With a track record dating back as far as 1869, PKF is the pioneer in hospitality consulting. The introduction of the Uniform System of Accounts for the Lodging Industry (USALI) in 1927, spearheaded by PKF's founder William J Forster, marks the beginning of the firm's dedicated hospitality advisory activities.
Today, a fully integrated global team of over 100 consultants in 20 offices in 15 countries (Argentina, Austria, China, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA) provides seamless international hospitality services.
“Hospitality is the petri dish of humanity – to succeed, we must cooperate cross-border.”
Christian N. Walter
“The world needs more awesome hotels. Happy to help.”
“Hospitality is sharing, and sharing is caring.”
“As hoteliers, we believe life is service. As consultants, we help you make that life smarter.”
Future of Hospitality Institute has launched "future living" research project
PKF hospitality group with the 196+ lounge at Expo Real
Ageing gracefully - what should modern senior living concepts look like?
The population in Europe is continuously ageing. A declining birth rate combined with a higher life expectancy (women: 83 years; men: 78 years) are the main reasons for this development. According to the European Commission, people aged 65+ will represent 30 % of the total population in Europe while they currently represent 20 %. So the big question is: how should modern senior living concepts look like?