With coronavirus now officially confirmed as a worldwide pandemic, we ask digital marketer Kirsten Howarth what this could mean for hoteliers looking to market their hotel online in tumultuous times.
As Covid-19 spreads, communities have an urgent need for beds as field hospitals, for quarantine, and to house for patients as well as health professionals who are caring for them. The founders of hotel industry software provider Cloudbeds and their team created #hospitalityhelps to connect property owners and operators with health care providers, providing facilities during this time of need.
Are you prepared for COVID-19? Are your employees prepared for a crisis? Do you have a communication channel for every single employee?
We often come across the term in organizations that People are our greatest asset, and if developed in the right manner, can be our defining competitive advantage. However, this is not the case.
Sabre Announces Over $200 Million in Cost Saving Actions and Other Measures to Strengthen Financial Position in Response to COVID-19
Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR), the leading software and technology company that powers the global travel industry, announced today that it is taking significant measures to strengthen its financial position in response to the current industry conditions.
Coronavirus has taken the world by storm, impacting the travel industry through travel restrictions and customer fears about the ongoing pandemic. In times like this, businesses need to adapt to the rapidly changing situation for themselves and their customers.
Since coronavirus has led millions of employees around the globe to work from home, some people are wondering how they're going to cope. Many of us naturally work better away from the noise of an open-plan office.
Today, HotelFriend, a global IT company and provider of software for the travel and hospitality sectors, is launching a free software program to help hotels overcome the severe economic impact on their business caused by the novel coronavirus, as it can be used to reduce personal contact while living in a hotel.
The recent global spread of COVID-19 - and the resulting impact on personal and professional lives everywhere - has put crisis management front and center. Hotels face a domino effect triggered by the pandemic: guests are afraid or not allowed to travel, businesses are pausing corporate travel and events of all sizes are being canceled.
As the hospitality industry faces unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of hotel reservations and airline bookings are being cancelled or postponed. It's daunting to imagine that each caller wants to talk to a live person to ensure their transaction is handled correctly.