LE Names Business Development Director of the Year

Tom O'GormanPortsmouth, NH–Lodging Econometrics (LE) announced that Tom O’Gorman has received the Business Development Director of the Year Award for the company. The Award recognizes an individual with strong sales results who has also demonstrated the highest levels of customer service, client satisfaction, and has made exceptional contributions to LE sales initiatives over the past 12 months.

“Tom was the largest generator of global revenue last year. He goes the extra mile to understand our customer’s needs and wants and has consistently designed customized Real Estate Intelligence Programs that help those clients reach their sales growth goals and market penetration objectives in the lodging industry,” said J.P. Ford, ISHC, Senior Vice President of LE.

As Vice President of Business Development, O’Gorman helps lodging industry clients identify new construction and product replacement opportunities that accelerate their sales growth goals. He also assists ownership and management groups with locating third-party asset management opportunities and pinpointing potential acquisition opportunities that expand their portfolios. Further, he has assisted private equity firms and REITS in better understanding pipeline growth and how new supply plays a significant role in their asset and market analysis.

O’Gorman uses a customized real estate intelligence program that he designs according to the client’s specifications. The programs include a continuously updated online sortable database containing comprehensive hotel records with complete decision-maker contact information and a suite of management guidance and real estate trend reports for strategic planning.


“Tom has worked at LE for over five years in a variety of sales assignments. We are pleased to present the award to Tom for his stellar contributions within the last year. We look forward to his continued success with our company and the clients we serve,” said Ford.

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