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Changing the role of host: From pampering guests to truly engaging with them

By Elena Cavagnaro - Professor of Sustainability in Hospitality and Tourism at Stenden University of Applied Sciences By Frans Melissen - Professor Sustainable Business Models, NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences

Over the last years, the hotel industry has massively reaped the low hanging fruit of eco-efficiency. Several sustainability champions have surely gone further, but the majority of hotels still approach sustainability as a cost reduction opportunity.

CSR at the crossroads in developing countries: Position yourself!

By Gabriel C. M. Laeis - PhD Candidate at Massey University

In the hotel business, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has often been managed with one eye on the PR impact it might generate for the property. However, as Gabriel C. M. Laeis explains, it is far better to take a more pro-active approach, embrace real relationships with local communities, and ask local leaders what they actually need.

Beyond Bricks and Mortar: Teneo Members' Green Efforts Span Coast to Countryside, Initiatives Preserve Beaches, Woodlands, Wildlife

Eden Prairie, MN -- It started with organic soaps, recycling bottles, water conservation and signs urging guests to turn out the lights before leaving the room. Today, environmentally conscious hoteliers support holistic conservation strategies that reach into every corner of the property.

2018 Predictions for Human Capital Issues in Hospitality

By Chris Mumford - Managing Director at AETHOS Consulting Group

AETHOS Managing Directors Chris Mumford and Thomas Mielke, both based in London, share commentary regarding trends affecting the lodging and cruise sector as well as the restaurant industry, whilst also proving specific market insights for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific region:In the lodging and cruise sector, expect the following trends to shape the industry going forward:There will be a continued breakdown of the 'barriers' between work and life.

ALH Group divests second venue in $86m Perth portfolio

Perth -- A private buyer has made their foray into the WA hospitality sector, purchasing ALH Group's Brighton Hotel in Mandurah under the hammer for $3.675 million.More than 50 people attended the onsite auction of the Brighton Hotel, which was acquired by ALH Group as part of a portfolio of 12 assets from collapsed company Compass Hotel Group.