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Larry Mogelonsky

Managing Director Hotel Mogel Consulting Limited

Larry Mogelonsky The world’s most published writer in hospitality, Larry Mogelonsky is the managing director of Hotel Mogel Consulting Limited. His experience encompasses hotel properties around the world, both branded and independent, and ranging from luxury and boutique to select-service. Larry also sits on several boards for companies focused on hotel technology. He is a much sought after public speaker. His published work includes five books: “Are You an Ostrich or a Llama?” (2012), “Llamas Rule” (2013), “Hotel Llama” (2015) and “The Llama is Inn” (2017)..and “The Hotel Mogel” (2019).

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Travel Debts Mean Big Business After Lockdown

Is there such a thing as 'travel debt,' or more specific to our present situation, 'post-pandemic travel debt'? Broadly speaking for our present circumstances, this term encompasses all the backlogged trips that guests may be eagerly waiting to render a reality once lockdowns are lifted and flights are restored.

Hotel Cleanliness is Now a Theatrical Production

The travel industry will bounce back, but it will come with many new challenges as customer behavior and demands are transformed by the post-coronavirus new normal.

Tech Companies Helping Hotels for the Post-Coronavirus World

While a definitive end to this crisis has not yet crystallized, all hoteliers must still prepare for this eventuality. The new normal for hospitality once travel restrictions are lifted will look starkly different than what it was before the pandemic, though.

Tech Companies Helping Hotels in Times of Need

With the hospitality industry left spinning in the wake of the COVID-19 lockdowns, it is hardly the time to throw in the towel. Rather, and not to soften the severity of the crisis in any way or form, this is an opportunity to realign your hotel organization so that it can thrive on a lean team once the travel restrictions are relaxed.

Coronavirus May Kill the Airbnb Superhost

All of travel is taking a beating from the pandemic. None are excluded and the situation will continue to play out over the next two years as some organizations adapt while, unfortunately, others die out.
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