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Xenia zu Hohenlohe

Partner/Director at the Considerate Group

Xenia zu Hohenlohe

Xenia is the co-founder of the Considerate Group, a specialist company dedicated to integrating sustainability into hospitality businesses and operations. Coming from the hotel industry she understands many of the challenges of the industry and having been educated in environmental systems knows many solutions to overcome those obstacles. She sits on various boards of climate conferences and is often a speakers at industry events

Insights by Xenia zu Hohenlohe (7)

Sustainability and ROI for hotel development

To what extent can sustainability enhance the guests’ experience and profitability?Rosa Brand, Principal, KKRXenia zu Hohenlohe, Managing Partner, Considerate Group Adam Maclennan, Managing Director,.

Running out of energy: An underestimated threat to a "people's business"?

The problem is far wider than some may estimate. Hospitality is not just any business. It's the type of business that provides an escape from day to day troubles, it's essential to wellbeing and a vital medicine to society's ills.

The (Green) Recovery Imperative: Hospitality Re-Set Or Bouncing Forward?

Whether hoteliers will do what they can to use the current crisis as an opportunity to be (better) prepared and (more) resilient when the next crisis hits - and the climate emergency for many destinations will be a question of survival - probably depends on their own values and purpose of doing business.

Hygiene and Sustainability: How to make both work?

Whilst we are seeing an increase in some types of SUP due to COVID-19 (hopefully temporarily), we are also suggesting to accommodation providers that this is a great time to break some old habits, particularly around hotel room amenities.

How To Make The Most Of A Coronavirus Situation

Mark Carney, the Bank of England's outgoing governor announced on Tuesday: "We have to work out how to bridge this period. We don't want viable firms to go out of business because of the necessary steps that have to be taken to protect the British public.
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