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Ryan Hamilton

Co-Founder, SalesAndCatering.com and Bluebuzzard Technology Group

Ryan HamiltonRyan is a seasoned leader in conference planning and management with more than 20 years of experience in hospitality sales, marketing and administration. His background includes executive positions at HelmsBriscoe and Omni Hotels as well as work in senior hospitality staff recruitment. Ryan has co-founded two start-up companies with custom products that led to impressive client growth. He implements collaborative strategies with clients to provide reasonably priced, personalized services with a quality on par with the largest providers in the hospitality field.

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The Hospitality Industry In 2020: What a Wild Ride

Oh, what a year it has been. That statement may mean something different to each of us, but surely, we can agree on the general sentiment it provides. If 2020 felt both like a whirlwind and the slowest year on record, I can relate.

The do's and don'ts of selecting the right hotel technology partner in 2021

Selecting the right technology partner for your hotel is no small task. But for many hoteliers, a hard choice becomes easier when they consider one pivotal element of service: the people. Hospitality is, after all, a people-centric industry.

The Right CRM Software is Essential for Success in a Post-COVID World, Here’s Why.

The pandemic has changed the world in so many ways, including guest behaviors and priorities. In times of crisis, humans tend to move down Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs to prioritize food, security, and safety.

Visioning a Post-COVID Era in CRM & Loyalty

The COVID-19 pandemic has imposed a new set of challenges for hoteliers, making it critical to ensure that they are leveraging the right tools and technology such as CRM solutions.

How hotel sales teams can do more with less during times of change

Few have felt the impacts of COVID-19 more than the hotel industry. Fortunately, however, recovery seems to be on the horizon. Recently, U.S. hotel weekly occupancy hit 50% for the second time since the pandemic's low point, according to STR's latest data.
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