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Meng-Mei (Maggie) Chen

Assistant Professor at Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne

Meng-Mei Chen

Dr. Meng-Mei Chen (Ph.D., University of Surrey, the UK) is an Assistant Professor in Marketing at the Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland (University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland). She is an expert in the hospitality and tourism industry, and stays close to industry practitioners through consulting projects and presentations in international conferences. Dr. Chen’s research interests include online customer decision making processes, digital marketing, mobile marketing, distribution channel marketing, and consumer behavior. 

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Attribute Based Shopping - A blessing or a bane?

While attribute based shopping has been discussed for over 10 years, the level of noise about its application for the hotel industry has significantly increased in the last 18 months. After significant investment in new systems and technology, companies like IHG are tipping their toes in the ABS waters.

What to expect with Google's new positioning in travel?

Launched earlier in May, Google Trips puts merges flights, hotels, packages, home-rentals, car rentals, ridesharing, cruises, and experiences search in one single, übermensch ecosystem, combining the Google Trips app, Google Flights, and Google Hotels under one landing page.

Is Airbnb Hotelier’s Friend or Foe?

After the recent acquisition of HotelTonight, If there were any doubt as to Airbnb's true intentions of entering the OTA space and start aggressively competing with online travel agency giants such as Booking Holdings and Expedia, they need to be laid to rest immediately.

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