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Patrick Landman

CEO & Founder at Xotels

Patrick Landman

Patrick as CEO and Founder of Xotels has made it his mission to help independent hotels become market leaders. The Xotels' team specializes in Strategic Hotel Management and they have taken Hotel Asset Management game to a new level. With their best practices in hotel revenue management, distribution and online marketing they drive both revenue and profit for boutique hotels, unique budget hotels, innovative hotel concepts, youth hostels and even camping and holiday parks. They are a game changer in the international hospitality industry, for a new breed of hoteliers.

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Hotel COVID-19 Recovery: It’s Time to Outsource your Revenue Management

COVID-19 has exposed weaknesses both in hotels managing Revenue Management internally as well as the traditional outsourcing model and Revenue Management software providers.

Step by Step Guide to Collecting Hotel Guest Email Addresses

Capturing hotel guest data and information including email addresses and other contact details has become a fundamental part of any successful hotel management strategy. Central to a winning strategy is an intelligent, modern email marketing approach.

We’re out of the rut. Now what?

In the pre-COVID-19 era, some revenue managers were indeed stuck in the rut. Who were they? Revenue managers who acted as mere “OTA Relationship Managers.” Or as comp-set pricing strategy plagiarists.

Hotel Revenue Management in Times of Covid-19

The unofficial definition of Revenue Management used by insiders is 'the art of turning away business'. This certainly does not apply during the current Covid-19 (coronavirus) global healthcare crisis, and the economic downturn the hotel industry is facing in its aftermath.

What to do to Increase Hotel Sales During a Low Demand Period

Hotel low season sales have long been considered to simply be an unfortunate fact of the industry. It brings less demand, and therefore, lower revenues too. But the industry has changed so much in such a short space of time, and hotels no longer have to accept that low season automatically means slow business.
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