Sarah Miller
Founder & CEO
Sarah Miller & Partners

Sarah Miller, Luxury Brand Ambassador of The Wall Street Journal, runs Sarah Miller and Partners (, an independent agency that creates brand strategies, place-making, curation, storytelling, content and experiences for a range of cultural, luxury and lifestyle brands from The Beaumont, London and The Datai Langkawi, Malaysia to 67 Pall Mall Private Members Club, Bicester Village and Ian Schrager.

Projects include the strategy, brand identity, guest experience and curation of programming in private members clubs, hotels, restaurants and retail as well as all forms of content from websites and video to print.
She employs 4 people in her office and partners with a variety of graphic designers, Art Directors, Photographers, Web designers, film makers and other partners according to the nature of each project.

She was founding Editor-in-Chief of Condé Nast Traveller UK, and also launched Condé Nast Traveller in Mumbai and China. On leaving Condé Nast she was appointed European Editor of Travel + Leisure. She is well connected in the sectors of visual arts, film, fashion, architecture and design as well as hotels, restaurants and the world of luxury in general.

She is a trustee of The Whitechapel Gallery, London and sits on the International Advisory Board of the Ecole Hôteliere de Lausanne. She is also an Honorary Fellow of The Royal College of Art is London, having been a governor for 15 years.

She has had a career in journalism which spans helping to found Blueprint, the leading architecture and design magazine; editing arts and design for Elle, being Assistant Editor of The Sunday Times (launching Style magazine) and Associate Editor and Arts Editor of the Daily Telegraph.

Speaking at International Hospitality Investment Forum

Built to Last: The Major Trends in Hospitality Construction and Design

Looking at the key trends developers and their partners need to understand now and in the coming years: regulation/compliance, sustainability, well-buildings, mixed-use projects.