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Adam Hoydysh

Vice President of Hotel Sales at PLUM

Adam Hoydysh

Adam Hoydysh is Vice President of Hotel Sales for PLUM. He has more than 20 years of B2B technology and hospitality sales and management experience at F5000 corporations and start-ups. Prior to joining PLUM, Adam was Director of Sales for Juniper Networks, driving sales and sales training efforts for Juni-per's advanced technology portfolio of security products. Previous to its acquisition by Juniper Networks for $80 million in 2012, Adam was Director of Sales for Mykonos Software, the leading provider of intru-sion deception security for Layer 7. Mykonos was the winner of Wall Street Journal Innovation Award for Information Security. Adam started his career in hospitality at Vail Resorts, the premier mountain resort company and leader in luxury travel.

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Unique Ways Hotels are Redefining Luxury Amenities for Their Guests

Imagine you're an avid traveler, who is no stranger to luxury perks. With a passport that boasts stamps from destinations around the world, you've found yourself making a temporary home at countless hotels, each with their own unique appeal.

Beyond Loyalty Programs: VIP Amenities and Perks to Keep Your Guests Coming Back

What makes a guest feel most valued? How can hotels show guests that they value them with unique perks and amenities to make them feel like VIPs and keep them coming back? The hospitality landscape is, arguably, more competitive than ever before.

Out With the Old, In With the New: Reimagining Hospitality Classics to Adapt to Changing Guest Demands

In this digital age, few human experiences have resisted the influence of emerging technology. With each passing year, we witness the progressive evolution of capabilities and enhancements that, in many respects, change how we interact with the world.

Key Strategies to Help Hotels Boost F&B Profit

Hoteliers, now more than ever, must demonstrate their ability to spend money the right way while building out multiple revenue-generating, guest-centric segments across their operational model. Food and beverage programs are often one of the most under-valued hospitality segments which can deliver a great deal of revenue potential — that is, if it's done correctly.

How Upscale Hotels are ‘Mixing it Up’ by Offering a New Kind of Room Service With In-Room Beverages

When you hear the term 'upscale' or 'luxury travel' what comes to mind? At the Skift Global Forum in September, hospitality leaders from around the globe found themselves asking the question: How can upscale hotels redefine luxury and rise to the expectations of elite guests? After all, as the industry becomes increasingly more saturated and competitive, hoteliers will have to find new ways to interject 'luxury' touches, both big and small, across guest touch-points.
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