Stuart Pallister

Contributor to Hospitality Net

Stuart  Pallister

Journalist turned communications and digital media practitioner in higher education.

Insights by Stuart Pallister (5)

Looking To Move Into Academia From Hospitality Or Become An Expert In Analytics And Big Data?

With many hoteliers contending with torrents of data, it's perhaps timely that the University of Delaware is launching a PhD program in Hospitality Business Analytics this fall at the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics.

Guest recognition: Leveraging technology to deliver enhanced personalized service - HITEC Europe Preview

Hotels, especially at the luxury end, aim to provide personalized services to their guests. But with staff turnover rates in the industry on average as high as 30 percent, how can hoteliers ensure th.

Unlocking business potential: Building the right tech architecture in hospitality - HITEC Europe Preview

Hoteliers are missing out on business opportunities as they fail to gather guest data properly. Michael Levie, Chief Operations Officer at citizenM Hotels, says that given the rapid pace of business today, consumers are "not going to wait for us".

Data protection rules, one year on: Anticipating a second wave - HITEC Europe Preview

HITEC Europe Preview: Over the past year, many of us have been bombarded with emails from companies virtually begging us to allow them to keep our personal details on file. That was due to the introduction of new regulations in Europe which imposed — in theory at least — substantial penalties on any firm breaching the rules.

The Value of Teamwork in Service

How does one of the top restaurants in the world approach teamwork in service? Two EHL lecturers have just spent several days at Alain Ducasse's restaurant at the Plaza Athénée in Paris and came away with a number of insights which they will now pass on to their students, as they seek to make sure the education they provide is up-to-date and aligned with the latest trends in the industry.