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Sam Sheldon

Associate, Senior Creative Strategist at EDG Design

Sam Sheldon

Sam Sheldon’s experience is a distinctive and focused combination of Restaurant Operations, Hotel Feasibility, Valuation and Hospitality Research. Although Sam started his hospitality career working in kitchens when he was 16, his passion now lies in developing strategy that combines creative direction, information-based decision making, and operational functionality.

Before joining EDG, he worked for Horwath HTL on projects across South East Asia, involving everything from hotel feasibility and valuation to tourism projections, business modeling, and market research. In his role as Creative Strategist, Sam applies the rigor of a real estate analysis and research to developing market-driven hospitality solutions & brand positioning.

Insights by Sam Sheldon (3)

Is Breakfast the Most Important Meal of the Day?

Commonly, the capacity and style of hotel All Day Dining restaurants is driven by a need to accommodate breakfast demand; however as dining becomes a more compelling differentiator in key markets, this would appear to be an out-of-date metric for F&B design and programming decisions.

MALDIVES - a 2014 snapshot, and business scenarios for 2015 and beyond

Every year, the hotel experts and analysts at Horwath HTL worldwide produce a series of mini-country reports exclusively for The Hotel Yearbook. Each report focuses on just two things: first, a quick snapshot of the country’s current economic and hotel market situation, and second, the outlook for the year ahead, highlighting specific events that are anticipated to have an impact on the health of the country’s hotel business.

SINGAPORE - a 2014 snapshot, and business scenarios for 2015 and beyond

Every year, the hotel experts and analysts at Horwath HTL worldwide produce a series of mini-country reports exclusively for The Hotel Yearbook. Each report focuses on just two things: first, a quick snapshot of the country’s current economic and hotel market situation, and second, the outlook for the year ahead, highlighting specific events that are anticipated to have an impact on the health of the country’s hotel business.
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