‘New Trends, New Brands’ will be the motto of the discussions on the future development of the hospitality industry and gastronomy among the participants coming from all around the world.
The Master Innholder Scholarship programme enables successful candidates to follow a fully-funded two-week management development course at either Cranfield University (UK), Cornell University (USA), or École Hôtelière de Lausanne (Switzerland).
The undergraduates went away from the experience with a much greater understanding of the challenges hotel marketers are facing today and how they should be responding.
The specialization was developed in close relationship with luxury leaders, encompassing case studies, interviews and workshops, and will be taught during the student’s final year as part of the 3.5 year bachelor’s degree program.
Its US$180,000 grant will help HSMAI develop membership and fund educational programs in the Singapore market and South East Asian region.
Over 50% of organisations do not have a policy for executive development, but have clear written policies in relation to operational staff.
The Dorchester Collection set the “challenge” for this year’s Young Hotelier Summit, taking the view that the rigid hierarchical organisation structures of hotels are no longer “fit for purpose” and need to change to be able to cope with the dynamic and disruptive environment now, and of the future.
Bournemouth University have won the Passion 4 Hospitality Business Game for the second year in a row.
A graduate of the University of Derby Online Learning, Hema Jankee has used her online degree for career advancement and she says: “I chose online learning as it is more flexible. I was able to organise and plan ahead around my work commitments.