Pedro Colaco

CEO at GuestCentric Systems

Pedro ColacoPedro Colaco is the CEO and President of GuestCentric Systems, which he Co-Founded in October 2006. He boasts a proven track record of driving successful product development, marketing, sales and channel management efforts in the global market. Prior to his current role, he was Vice President of Product Management and Marketing at Corvil, a software start-up funded by Apax Partners and Cisco Systems. During his tenure at Corvil he built a global Product Management and Marketing organization to support a sales team of over 60 professionals focused on the financial industry in New York City and London. Pedro is a multi-lingual advisor and thought leader across the international travel tech landscape, speaking five languages and having lived in four countries throughout his career.

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#hotelierPULSE - Interview with Joao Corte-Real, General Manager at Tivoli Hotels & Resorts

Joao Corte-Real, General Manager at Tivoli Hotels & Resorts, Tivoli Mofarrej in São Paulo, Brazil - a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, joins this session as our guest to share his views and perspectives.

10 Hotel Trends to Watch in 2021

Following the unprecedented events of 2020, Hoteliers are bracing for the long road to recovery in 2021. With our latest Hotelier PULSE Report revealing that the majority of Hoteliers only expect to financially recover to 2019 levels in 2022 or 2023, cost-saving measures will continue to be top of mind for the industry worldwide. talks with Pedro Colaco, CEO at Great Hotels of the World

Join us for this live session and discuss with Pedro Colaco, CEO at Great Hotels of the World and Guestcentric, Kyp Charalambous, Vice President of Sales at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai, and Oliver Benalal, Director of Sales & Distribution at ILUNION Hotels the current development of the travel and hotel markets.

How Hotel Managers can become More Data-Driven to Increase Direct Revenue

According to Travel Weekly News, 90% of people do all their holiday research online, while 80% of people book online. And out of those who book hotels, research published in Forbes Magazine shows that 70% of hotel bookings online come from OTAs.

Tech and Hotels Working Together can Overcome and Build a Brighter Future

There's no denying that the past weeks have been incredibly challenging and confusing for everyone in our industry, with new bookings almost coming to a halt, a surge in cancelations, and hoteliers making tough decisions to close their doors.
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