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Two Michelin-Starred Chef Stéphane Décotterd Sets Up His Restaurant And His Entire Team Within Glion, At The Magnificent Former Bellevue Hotel

After ten happy years at “the Pont de Brent”, punctuated by numerous distinctions rewarding a resolutely modern, local and thoughtful approach to gastronomy, Stéphane and Stéphanie Décotterd, together with Glion Institute of Higher Education, are delighted to announce the creation of two "Stéphane Décotterd" restaurants located in the former Bellevue Hotel in Glion.

SWOTAnalysis: Digital Transformation In Education

By Catherine Rey

The creativity & innovation of educational institutions is being challenged in these times. The consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic has required educational leaders to be creative in the way they provide and offer their services, causing an acceleration of digital transformation plans in all education institutions around the world.

Radisson Hotel Group And IE University Lead Training Of International Talent On Revenue Management In The Hotel Industry

Radisson Hotel Group and IE University are leading the training of international talent in revenue management in the hospitality industry. International students of IE University’s Bachelor in Business Administration and Master in Management programs will take part in the Summer Campus that Radisson Hotel Group has organized in conjunction with the academic institution to expand their knowledge of revenue management in the hotel industry.

Artificial intelligence at the service of hospitality management

Crans-Montana (Switzerland), Paris (France) June 22nd 2021 - Les Roches, the highly regarded hospitality business school recently ranked third in World university ranking for employer reputation* and aivancity, the Grande École of Artificial Intelligence are launching together the first Certificate in artificial intelligence (AI) applied to the Hospitality management.

"A study by Deloitte Digital found strong interest in contactless operations even before the pandemic, with 60% of guests preferring hotels with contactless check-in and keyless room entry. A survey in 2020 by Skift found that after the onset of the pandemic, 71% of travellers stated that they would be more likely to stay at a hotel offering self-service technology that minimises contact with the staff."

Montreux International School And Hotel Institute Montreux Partner To Offer Accelerated Business And Hospitality Industry Pathway

Montreux International School (MIS) and Hotel Institute Montreux have announced a unique partnership to deliver an International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme (IBCP) in business and hospitality, as an accelerated pathway into Hotel Institute Montreux’s bachelor’s programme.