COVID-19 will continue to throw complex challenges at hoteliers. But understanding these new challenges does not help hoteliers much if they do not have the tools to react accordingly.
Whilst numbers are important, they don’t always tell the full story. Any strategy that works needs to rely on the person that knows your business the best. You.
As employees worldwide switch to working from home, the dangers associated with mobile devices, remote access to core business systems and poor online practices are increasing.
Do not waste this slow-down. It should be used as an opportunity for hotel operators to evaluate their current tech stack and make smart, data-based decisions for the future.
It is now time to discuss the social costs of tourism during crises. How much are local communities willing to sacrifice to reduce these costs?
During the current global healthcare and financial crisis, all the standard strategies and playbooks are out of the window. So what to do?
A look at the numerous economic factors that determine the degree of damage the pandemic has wreaked on the hospitality and tourism industry. How, who and why some areas of the industry might come out better or worse than others.
If you reopen your property, where will potential guests travel from and what will they want from their stay? Will people even book and what can be done to increase demand?