After our recent Webinar discussion on KSA domestic travel, and in line with the launch of “Saudi Summer” campaign, it is clear that the demand on domestic travel will witness a spike. So what can hotels prepare to benefit from this much-needed boost and how can they support it? Join our Q&A and round-table discussion on 21 July 2020.
The Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI) is recognizing hospitality professionals who have taken a leadership position, championed a cause, or created a program that has directly benefited industry workers, medical personnel, first responders, or communities that have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic with the first-ever HSMAI Hospitality Heroes Adrian Award honor.
Amir Eylon, President & CEO of Longwoods International, provides HSMAI insight into his firm's latest traveler sentiment survey findings, including that three-fourths are changing their travel plans because of the coronavirus pandemic, the highest level since mid-May.
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, HSMAI has served as a resource to connect peer groups to discuss the changing landscape. Having hosted a virtual Executive Roundtable for brand chief digital officers on June 23, HSMAI hosted a similar program for hotel management company CDOs on June 24, giving participants a chance to catch up and share new insights since the last roundtable for this group was held in April.
When restaurants closed as part of the coronavirus lockdown, they were forced to adapt in order to survive, rapidly bringing about the transition to a new restaurant reality. Insights from Sherri Kimes' HSMAI ROC@Home presentation.