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Fabian Bartnick

Founder at Infinito

Bartnick

Fabian is the Founder of Infinito, Home to IVI - your very own virtual revenue management assistant. Previously, Fabian was the Vice President of Asia Pacific & International Business at LodgIQ . Fabian’s career covers all sides within hospitality including property, regional and corporate level roles as well as consulting and technology vendor roles across 4 continents and 25 countries. Fabian has helped built and apply price optimization, visual analytics and total revenue management tools across the globe and successfully turned around revenue performance in many companies by providing strategic consulting services as well developing powerful revenue analytics solutions that empower the business to maximize its revenue potential. Fabian has been on the Board of Directors for HSMAI South East Asa and currently sits on the HSMAI Advisory Board.

Insights by Fabian Bartnick (19)

Is there future for the “new” Thomas Cook?

Venerable brands always have the potential for a renaissance. Of course, success hinges on forgiveness (forgetfulness?) of all those stranded travelers. And the continued focus on "fun in the sun" vacations is a smart way to maintain that differentiation and historical brand promise.

What does the future hold for bed banks?

There are several major developments working against the bed banks sector: 1) Shrinkage of the brick-and-mortar distribution marketplace due to consumers shifting to online travel planning and booking.

A Post-Crisis Top-3 Revenue Management Action Plan

Here are the three main action steps in revenue management in the post-crisis period: 1. Break down the silos! The post-crisis requires a completely new approach to revenue management (RM), not going back to the old ways of doing RM.

Why are there so many hospitality technology vendors in our industry? (Part I)

Is there a magic bullet out there for hoteliers? is there some sort of techno-wizard that will in a 'poof' eliminate your need for multiple (often futile) integrations and IT resource back-ups? The answer is NO, and thank goodness! We all know that the hospitality world is desperate for solutions.

What do MMA and forecasting have in common?

Mixed martial arts is a sport that’s all about full-contact combat, and takes place in a modified boxing ring (or a cage, for goodness’ sake). Forecasting is a planning tool that’s all about coping with future uncertainty – and takes place at your desk.
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