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What's Hot at HITEC This Year

By Pierre Boettner - founder and CEO, hospitality pulse

The hospitality industry is constantly on the cusp of progressive, guest-centric reform -- but we're seeing this push for technological change influencing this more than ever before. With the widespread emergence of intelligent solutions, mobile technology and more, hoteliers and guests alike have an exciting hospitality experience in store as we move into the future.

Europe's Leading Hotel Design Event Adds New Focus on Restaurants & Bars

Sleep, which is recognised around the world as Europe's leading and uniquely curated hotel design and development event, has announced the next stage in its evolution. This year it becomes Sleep + Eat, recognising the growing interdependence of restaurants, bars and hotels in creating the full hospitality (design) experience.

Evading Monopolies, Blockchain and Futuristic Journeys Headline EyeforTravel Europe

With a fighting attitude that tells the travel industry to not give up, EyeforTravel Summit 2018 covers real use cases, not just theory, including:A niche OTA that uses the API model to get maximum ownership of its profit and dataA company that only pays for 7% of its traffic and only receives organic traffic from GoogleOld school models that still work and evade the claws of the online monopolies.

HEDNA Announces Diverse Speaker Lineup and Refreshing Program for Global Distribution Conference in Lisbon

HEDNA, the Hotel Electronic Distribution Network Association, has announced the speaker lineup and agenda for the 2018 Distribution Conference in Lisbon, Portugal from June 4 to 6, 2018. The gathering is the only event that connects the most innovative thinkers, hospitality professionals, technology providers and experts across the globe.

HITEC Amsterdam 2018: Why I Will Definitely Be Back

By Sherif Mamdouh - External Communications Manager at EHL

While I prepared for the conference, I read up on the latest technological innovations, and on startups trying to overthrow OTAs. I read about revenue management and machine learning. Stepping off the plane in Amsterdam, I was confident I had done my homework and was ready to keep up with all the technical conversations I was going to have.