Approximately 80% of working adults fulfill essential, non-desk jobs in industries like retail, healthcare, and travel. It's these workers on the front lines who provide companies a direct line of access to their customers.
Holly Zoba, CHDM, Scout Simply, Principal, provides insight to hospitality marketing professionals on the latest in owned, earned and paid media, as a sample of the content in the HSMAI Hotel Digital Marketing Essentials course.
A Hotel Concept is designed around 7 components that cover all aspects of running it successfully.
If you think of Saudi Arabia job opportunities, you would probably think of the oil industry. But that is changing as Saudi Arabia is putting a new focus on the tourism and hospitality industries and promoting careers within them.
One of the most valuable sources of information when you are working through a crisis and trying to figure out what to do is your peers. With that in mind, HSMAI brought together more than two dozen revenue executives from hotel management companies (HMCs) to share their wealth of knowledge with one another during a virtual Executive Roundtable on Feb 18.
Digital marketing executives have been stretching their creative muscles throughout the pandemic, with no signs of slowing down. HSMAI hosted a virtual Executive Roundtable Feb. 23 for brand chief digital officers to share their ideas and best practices.
Lean manufacturing is a growing trend in the industrial world. As markets change and competition escalates, companies are looking for ways to cut costs, boost productivity, and run more efficiently. This concept and practice of lean manufacturing has been around for nearly a century.
Professional development has taken a back seat for many hospitality professionals as they have focused on keeping afloat over the past year. Now that things are beginning to slowly move forward again, it’s time to start carving out space to build professional skills.
The global crisis we are experiencing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges to the hospitality industry. We have no benchmarks to compare the current circumstances with, and hoteliers are forced to look for creative solutions to face the situation and come out stronger and better prepared when demand recovers.
Connectedness is the magic word this year' - that was the resounding message of the inaugural Hotel Tech Greek Summit, which took place on March 3.