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Is there future for the “new” Thomas Cook?

The "old" Thomas Cook, a 179-year-old company and the second largest tour operator in the world after TUI, collapsed in September of 2019. Fosun Tourism Group, a Chinese travel conglomerate that already owned the famed Club Med, bought the rights to the bankrupt company's brand for $14 million.

What does the future hold for bed banks?

Bed banks are specialized B2B platforms that contract supply from hotels and accommodations providers and make it available to travel sellers that aggregate travel demand from a variety of sources (smaller OTAs, traditional travel agents, airlines, or tour operators.

Is there future for the “new” Thomas Cook?

View by Peter O’Connor

"Given the scale and market presence of the existing global OTA duopoly, there are precious few contenders that would dare to challenge them. However Fosum, with its deep pockets, outstanding e-commerce experience and deep vertical integration into the travel sector, could be just the company to challenge the status-quo."

Four Seasons Resort Marrakech

Welcoming guests through its doors is at the heart of what Four Seasons does. And now, Four Seasons Resort Marrakech is ready to welcome guests once again. As the Resort reopens on October 1, 2020, the health and safety of guests, residents and employees remains the top priority.

OTRUM and IT Hospitality form a Strategic Partnership for the Middle East and North Africa Hospitality Industry

One of the Largest Technology player providing Services to Hotels Guest, such as cloud management and control of smart TVs, mobile devices, casting solutions and digital signage in EMEA, and the largest focused Hospitality System Integrator for the region, join forces to drive integration and deployment in North Africa and the Middle East.

Is 'data scientist' the next hot position in hotels/hospitality?

View by Mark Pate

"“Data Scientist” – That is perfect term to describe my job for the last two (2) months. You see the Hotel Development Company where I work is trading in three (3) legacy systems (Time & Attendance, Payroll & Human Resources & Employee Benefits) for a shiny new Human Capital Management (HCM) System."

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