Big news was revealed during the Meyer Jabara Hotels Leadership Conference last month. President Justin Jabara reported to representatives of the company’s 31 owned and managed hotels that the company is coming off a record-setting year.
ONYX hospitality group invigorates corporate structure
Thailand-based ONYX Hospitality Group has reinforced its expansion plan, with a number of strategic hires and promotions which focus on the areas needed to achieve the group’s core business objectives, including its vision to be the best medium-sized hospitality management company in Southeast Asia. ONYX currently operates 44 properties, including 10 properties in development.
A worldwide “taste” of sustainability in wine tourism
Sustainable wine tourism is supposed to be that which is beneficial to all parties. It should include the tourist, the winegrowers and the surrounding community. Sustainability must be meaningful and at its heart and not just a marketing attention-grabber.
Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh nurtures new crop of hospitality stars
Hyatt Regency Phnom Penh is nurturing the next generation of Khmer hospitality personnel alongside Cambodia’s NIEI.
How will hospitality emerge from the pandemic?
“Welcome back to the new abnormal, how may I help you?” As hospitality emerges, with its lot of winners and losers, from the wreckage of the pandemic, a new industry is emerging where challenges and opportunities await the surviving players.
The best tech stack for hospitality
Tech stacks are the latest evolvement of hospitality tools available to make your lives a lot easier through the use of cloud computing benefits; automation, and integration.
Keith Ong named Hotel Manager at Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, a 512-room hotel with halal and award-winning dining options in Singapore’s Tiong Bahru district, has appointed Keith Ong as Hotel Manager.
8 ways for hotels to combat the crisis
An analysis of how Covid-19 has affected the hotel market and the importance of adapting to new parameters in staffing, marketing and technology to avoid extinction.
Will the Covid-19 pandemic presage another once-a-decade contraction in tourism?
Since 1990, the tourism industry has weathered three major negative demand shocks, roughly one per decade. Welcome to the fourth.
People management during COVID-19
A hotel’s success depends on how motivated, happy and engaged their employees are as this directly affects its product. So how does a people-focused industry take care of their people during COVID-19?