Andrew Hazelton

Managing Director at AETHOS Consulting Group

Andrew  HazeltonAndrew Hazelton is Managing Director at AETHOS Consulting Group. An experienced recruitment consultant, he has over a decade of retained executive search experience in a variety of industries, including hotel, restaurant, gaming, cruise, timeshare, real estate, and technology. Prior to joining AETHOS Consulting Group Andrew was with HVS Executive Search and spent six years with Korn/Ferry International. Throughout his career he has been responsible for completing a number of C-suite searches. He has authored a number of articles on executive selection, general HR trends and compensation for the hospitality industry. Andrew is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, an active alumni member, and a member of the Penn State Hotel and Restaurant Society. Andrew can be reached at [email protected]

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Rethinking the Nature and Relevance of ‘Legacy’

It would be an understatement to say that the service-hospitality industry is experiencing unprecedented times. The global 'Black Swan" event has arrived, and the light at the end of the tunnel appears the size of a pinhole.

The New Restaurant CIO

Today's restaurant industry is extremely competitive. More than ever, brands rely on technology to capture market share while, at the same time, speak to their multigenerational customer base. How to best navigate these waters falls on the company's Chief Information Officer (CIO).

Key Take-Aways From Seatrade Europe 2019

Last week, many of the international senior cruise line executives gathered at Seatrade Europe in Hamburg, Germany. Industry leaders exchanged thoughts and insights with port and destination representatives as well as land-based tour operating partners.

A Look Ahead – The Lodging Conference 2019

Later this month the 25th Annual Lodging Conference will be held in Scottsdale, Arizona, an event that historically caps off the "conference year" for many in the hotel business. It is a time to reconnect with industry friends and colleagues, but it also gives us a few days to pause and reflect on the past year and speculate on the year to come.

Successfully Recruiting Hotel Executives in the 21st Century

Extreme competitiveness in today's business world demands that hotel companies consistently outthink and outpace companies within and outside their immediate hospitality verticals. Such competitors include cruise lines, home-sharing, and other luxury or niche experiences like "glamping," all of which constantly strive to dominate market share.
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