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Finance and Development, Trends

White Lodging Introduces LAUNCH Hospitality Immersion Program for Purdue University Students

March 11, 2021

Via: Hotel News Resource

White Lodging’s LAUNCH Hospitality Immersion Program is designed to propel high-caliber university students into the industry by providing paid, hands-on experiences across all hotel and restaurant operational areas. Using the 182-room, Union Club Hotel on Purdue’s campus as its real-life […]


Finance and Development, Trends

8 Strategies for Writing A Compelling Virtual Event Description

March 10, 2021

Via: Smart Meetings

You have planned a big online event. Now you need to market it and entice people to come to your event. A killer virtual event description is necessary to convince people to attend your event. Without this, no one will […]


Finance and Development, Trends

The 7 Components Of Designing A Hotel Concept

March 5, 2021

Via: Hospitality Net

A Hotel Concept is designed around 7 components that cover all aspects of running it successfully: The Story, The People, The Space, The Identity, The Services, The Content, and The Channels. Starting from the central story, components are interconnected and […]


Finance and Development, Trends

EHL named world’s best university in hospitality education

March 3, 2021

Via: Hospitality Net

Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) has once again confirmed its position as the world’s leading institution in hospitality management education and is now among the top five business management institutions in Switzerland. These two fine recognitions are the fruit of […]


Finance and Development, Trends

IHG Hotels & Resorts’ Meet with Confidence Reimagines Experiences for Hybrid Events

March 3, 2021

Via: Hospitality Net

In 2020, IHG Hotels & Resorts introduced its Meet with Confidence program to support the changing needs of meeting planners. Now, as the world prepares to safely return to travel, the program has expanded to include resources, technology and tools […]


Finance and Development, Trends

Guest Satisfaction Vs. Revenue – What’s The Healthy Option in Times of Crisis? – By Laura Badiu

March 2, 2021

Via: Hotel News Resource

As much as we’d like to forget the-year-that-shall-not-be-named, its severe consequences on the hospitality industry need to be addressed. While the light at the end of the tunnel is still blurry, 2021 is the year of hope and slow reopenings. […]


Finance and Development, Trends

10 Requirements for an Interactive Hybrid Event

February 25, 2021

Via: Smart Meetings

While the last year has drastically shifted the way we do everything from socializing and traveling to hosting meetings and events, the meetings industry is currently experiencing another change—the shift from fully virtual to hybrid meetings and events. Still an […]


Finance and Development, Trends

Sustainable Development: How the hospitality industry could transform, even in the wake of a pandemic

February 15, 2021

Via: Hospitality Net

By 2050, hotels will need to reduce emissions per key by 90 % to be in line with the Paris Climate Agreement. Public and political pressure on the sector is rising to implement drastic changes in coming years. Many hotel […]


Finance and Development, Markets, Trends

Leisure & Hospitality Accounts for Whopping 39% of Jobs Lost to Pandemic

February 10, 2021

Via: Hotel News Resource

Almost four in 10 of all the U.S. jobs lost since February of last year are in the Leisure & Hospitality industry, according to analysis of the latest Department of Labor national jobs report—triple the number of the next-hardest-hit industry. […]


Finance and Development, Travel, Trends

Coming Soon: The ‘Vaccine Passport’

February 5, 2021

Via: Hospitality Net

Among governments and those in the travel industry, a new term has entered the vocabulary: vaccine passport. One of President Biden’s executive orders aimed at curbing the pandemic asks government agencies to “assess the feasibility” of linking coronavirus vaccine certificates […]