Saudi Arabia to invest $100m in training over 100,000 young people for tourism.
IDeaS announces winners of the Fabian Specht Future Revenue Innovator Scholarship
EHL Hospitality Business School and IDeaS award scholarships in honor of Fabian Specht.
The Young Hoteliers Summit 2022
Three days of insightful keynotes, panels, and fireside chats.
UNWTO 24th General Assembly announced for Madrid
General Assembly to put innovation and education a the heart of tourism’s restart.
2021-22 school break calendars revert to more traditional learning
After a year of shifts toward e-learning throughout the U.S., new report shows less scheduled remote coursework on the academic calendar for the upcoming year.
KPMG: ‘Digital Blended Learning’ to transform education method
KPMG’s new report identifies tech integrated education as an opportunity to shape the future.
eLearning key to maximise hotel profit during post-covid recovery
Maximising hotel profit during this post-Covid recovery requires a focus on the three core areas: customer satisfaction, increasing revenue and controlling costs. Key to achieving these objectives is strong leadership supported by a motivated, highly-skilled team – all of which can be bolstered through online continuous professional development.
Is UK hospitality education buckling under pressure?
As both further and higher education come under unprecedented financial pressures, the impact on hospitality programmes in the UK is alarming. Professor Peter Jones FIH has done the research and reports on some worrying trends.
4 things Millennials can bring to your hospitality business
Millennials can bring so much to the hospitality business. They have excellent education, a knack for content producing and natural fluency with technologies. They are also exceptionally career-oriented and ready to work hard to achieve their goals.
Hospitality Financial Leadership – Engage their hearts and minds first
Getting your hotel leadership team excited about accounting is like someone thinking it’s fun to go to the dentist. Your average person wants nothing to do with it because they have a predisposed notion that it’s yucky, boring and better left for someone who has a hard time walking and talking at the same time.