Shifted values in the aftermath of the pandemic and increased consumer awareness of all things sustainable and purposeful – has set new benchmarks for hospitality enterprises.
Consumer expectations, as well as marketing strategies will change as a result of the pandemic, perhaps with a greater focus on domestic customers and a greater concern for the environment. And this new hotel industry will need talent to match the opportunities that will emerge.
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.
No demand doesn’t mean your marketing and sales efforts need to stop. It just means they need to be shifted towards other focus points. This can be a great time to breathe, analyse and prepare for things to come.
Ovolo Group’s founder & CEO, Girish Jhunjhnuwala, has called on the Hong Kong Government for assistance for the local hospitality industry given the current economic downturn in the region.
A hotel revenue management technology can single-handedly manage revenue, distribution, and reputation.
Hotels in North & Central America embrace the group’s Planet 21 global sustainability program with initiatives to reduce food waste. @Accorhotels
As technology continues to evolve and advance, what will the hotel industry look like 10 years in the future? @ExploreCentara
Food trucks are at the forefront of modern urban dining – and have become a favourite way to boost the appeal of retail areas. @JLL