Author
Author

Henri Roelings

Founder & CEO at Hospitality Net

Henri Roelings

Henri Roelings is Founder & CEO at Netherlands-based Hospitality Net. Recognized as a thought leader in global hospitality, Henri has pioneered online B2B publishing in the hospitality industry since 1994, launching brands such as Hospitality Net, WIWIH, PineappleSearch and the HOTEL Yearbook. Henri is an advisory board member of the International Hotel & Restaurant Association (IH&RA), a member of HFTP's International Hospitality Technology Hall of Fame, and received HSMAI’s "Top 25 Most Extraordinary Minds in Sales and Marketing" honor back in 2014. Henri graduated from Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne in 1987.

Insights by Henri Roelings (27)

New Study Reveals Some Surprising New Insights Into Guest Expectations in a Changed World

A year ago, any hotelier might have told you that it was all about guest personalization. Another hotelier might have insisted that the key to a happy guest was striking the balance between high-touch and high-tech service.

Robotics in Hospitality l HN World Panel TECHNOLOGY live

Join this HN World Panel Technology LIVE Session hosted in partnership with techtalk.travelMax Starkov, Hospitality & Online Travel Tech Consultant & Strategist; Kathryn Murphy, Owner, The Murphy Gallery & Hotel Dublin; and Micah Estis Green, Founder, President and CEO of Maidbot will join host and moderator André Baljeu, Founder at techtalk.

New Perspectives for CRM and Loyalty in the Post-COVID Era

The hospitality industry has suffered a great deal during the pandemic, however, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Several COVID-19 vaccines are ready for distribution and there are high hopes that many things will be getting back to some semblance of normal in 2021.

How distribution & digital marketing will change in the post-COVID

It's clear now that it will not be business as usual for hotels and there was plenty of discussion on the future of marketing. What does the future look like? Especially now that COVID-19 crisis is driving long-term changes in travel.
Load More
Advertisements