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Fabian Bartnick

Vice President, Asia Pacific & International Business at LodgIQ

Fabian is the Vice President of Asia Pacific & International Business at LodgIQ overlooking all aspects and operations within the region as well as the commercial part of 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.

Articles by Fabian Bartnick (13)

"Netflix" your Revenue Culture

One thing I remember vividly is that every Friday night was family movie night at home. My parents received a weekly "TV program magazine" - every Thursday. Whilst it had some stories about god-knows-what, the main feature was the TV program. This might sound bizarre but even ...

The Dawn Of The Virtual Assistant. Part 3

Did you know...The first tool enabled to perform digital speech recognition was the IBM Shoebox, presented to the general public during the 1962 Seattle World's Fair after its initial market launch in 1961. This early computer, developed almost 20 years before the introduction ...

2019 Predictions - A Year to Remember: Part 1

You could argue 2018 was a confusing year. We've seen new entrants into the market, a lot of buzzwords beaten to a pulp and predictions previously done for 2018 fell short. This doesn't mean nothing happened (quite the contrary), it just means that the world lost interest -- ...

2019 Community Predictions

It is with no surprise that the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019 are dominated with the best ever and wildest predictions for the upcoming year. So much so that it feels like we are getting drawn into a state of confusion again. Of course, if you have read my post (see ...