eHotelier talks with Frank Trampert, Managing Director & Chief Commercial Officer - Sabre Hospitality Asia Pacific, about their innovative SynXis platform and how this product maximises revenue and optimises distribution strategy.
With advancements and trends in the hospitality industry constantly evolving it's essential for the hotelier of today to keep their fingers on the pulse, particularly with technology. A wealth of information now sits at guests finger tips, changing the expectations of what their travel experience should be and what makes it memorable. We talk with Frank Trampert, Managing Director & Chief Commercial Officer - Sabre Hospitality Asia Pacific, to see what more hoteliers can be doing to address these challenges.
Take a deep dive into the science and art of revenue management with the latest edition of the eHotelier Industry Journal: Revenue Management 2020.
This summer, Trip.com, an international online travel brand and a Ctrip Group company, sent volunteers abroad for the first time, to participate in a week-long charity program in the West African nation of Sierra Leone.
IHG Hotels & Resorts builds upon We’re there, its global marketing campaign launched in June for Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express by surprising travelers with 10,000 free nights for stays at properties around the world.
Most hotels have rich data on their existing customers, but effective CRM can help hotels recapture the 70%-80% of customers who visit their website and don't make a booking. We talk to Brise Carpenter, Vice President of Client Success at NAVIS on the untapped potential of CRM and how staff - from reservations to marketing - can best leverage it.
No stranger to hotels with sweeping views of San Francisco’s bay and city skyline, Cindy Ramesh was most recently the complex director of sales for Hilton Hotels of San Francisco Union Square, a position she held for the last 10 years.
Following time working in Africa, Perth, Fiji and Hilton Adelaide where he was Executive Sous Chef from 2013 until 2015, Brent Assam said the time is right to return back to Adelaide.
Hotel Indigo Milan - Corso Monforte mixes elements from 1950’s Italian vintage fashion with contemporary cues intrinsically weaved into a seamless interior design theme of fashion through the ages.